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Heteromorph Ammonite (165.4 grams)
$ 39.00
Heteromorph Ammonite (165.4 grams)
$ 39.00
The fossilized shells of Ammonites are typically spiral-shaped, very much like that of the Nautilus. However, around 170 million years ago, these squid-like creatures began to build their shells in exotic, highly variable shapes. The species pictured here is Ancyloceras vandenheckii, which is typically found in Morocco. However, heteromorph ammonites are...
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Genuine Fern Fossil in Shale
$ 100.00
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Genuine Fern Fossil in Shale
$ 100.00
Ferns are a very ancient family of plants. They predate the beginning of the Mesozoic era, 360 million years ago. By as early as the Triassic period, evidence of ferns related to several modern families appeared. Most modern ferns are leafy plants which grow in moist areas under forest canopy,...
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Asaphus intermedius Trilobite from Morocco (547.7 grams)
$ 125.00
Trilobites, an early arthropod relative of spiders, horseshoe crabs, and scorpions, preserved in this level of detail only occurred as a result of very sudden underwater landslides called turbidite sequences, which ravaged the early earth when the continents were still very much on the move. The contorted body positions of...
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Genuine Fern Fossil (143.6 grams)
$ 150.00
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Genuine Fern Fossil (143.6 grams)
$ 150.00
Ferns are a very ancient family of plants. They predate the beginning of the Mesozoic era, 360 million years ago. By as early as the Triassic period, evidence of ferns related to several modern families appeared. Most modern ferns are leafy plants which grow in moist areas under forest canopy,...
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Palaeocoma Brittle Star
$ 300.00
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Palaeocoma Brittle Star
$ 300.00
Brittle stars or ophiuroids are echinoderms in the class Ophiuroidea closely related to starfish. They crawl across the sea floor using their flexible arms for locomotion. The most famous Jurassic deposit in the world, is found in the Solnhofen, and Eichstatt of Germany. Limestone that make up this formation were...
Kolihapeltis chlupaci Trilobite from Djebel Oufaten, Morocco (302.3 grams)
$ 1,200.00
Kolihapeltis chlupaci (Lower Devonian: 420-400 MYO)   Trilobites, an early arthropod relative of spiders, horseshoe crabs, and scorpions, preserved in this level of detail only occurred as a result of very sudden underwater landslides called turbidite sequences, which ravaged the early earth when the continents were still very much on...
Ceratarges Spinosus Trilobite from Morocco (332.6 grams)
$ 1,500.00
Trilobites, an early arthropod relative of spiders, horseshoe crabs, and scorpions, preserved in this level of detail only occurred as a result of very sudden underwater landslides called turbidite sequences, which ravaged the early earth when the continents were still very much on the move. The contorted body positions of...
Asaphus intermedius Trilobite from Morocco (844.4 grams)
$ 2,000.00
Trilobites, an early arthropod relative of spiders, horseshoe crabs, and scorpions, preserved in this level of detail only occurred as a result of very sudden underwater landslides called turbidite sequences, which ravaged the early earth when the continents were still very much on the move. The contorted body positions of...
Ceratarges Spinosus Trilobite from Morocco (365.5 grams)
$ 2,200.00
Trilobites, an early arthropod relative of spiders, horseshoe crabs, and scorpions, preserved in this level of detail only occurred as a result of very sudden underwater landslides called turbidite sequences, which ravaged the early earth when the continents were still very much on the move. The contorted body positions of...
Ceratarges Spinosus Trilobite from Morocco (365.5 grams)
$ 2,400.00
Trilobites, an early arthropod relative of spiders, horseshoe crabs, and scorpions, preserved in this level of detail only occurred as a result of very sudden underwater landslides called turbidite sequences, which ravaged the early earth when the continents were still very much on the move. The contorted body positions of...
Pyritized Ammonite From Moscow, Russia (6 lbs) PAM-1
$ 2,500.00
From Moscow, Russia      A slice of a fossilized pseudomorphic ammonite that has been replaced molecule by molecule by metallic pyrite with iridescent luster on the outer surfaces with exposed chambers that are now lined with metallic pyrite crystals.    6 lbs, 10 x 9.5 x 1.5 inches
Pyritized Ammonite From Moscow, Russia (9 lbs)
$ 2,750.00
Pyritized Ammonite From Moscow, Russia    A slice of a fossilized pseudomorphic ammonite that has been replaced molecule by molecule by metallic pyrite with iridescent luster on the outer surfaces with exposed chambers that are now lined with metallic pyrite crystals.  9 lbs, 12 x 12 x 1.5 inches
Pyritized Ammonite From Moscow, Russia (9 lbs)
$ 2,750.00
Pyritized Ammonite From Moscow, Russia    A slice of a fossilized pseudomorphic ammonite that has been replaced molecule by molecule by metallic pyrite with iridescent luster on the outer surfaces with exposed chambers that are now lined with metallic pyrite crystals.  9 lbs, 12 x 12 x 1.5 inches
Pyritized Ammonite From Moscow, Russia (9 lbs)
$ 2,750.00
Pyritized Ammonite From Moscow, Russia    A slice of a fossilized pseudomorphic ammonite that has been replaced molecule by molecule by metallic pyrite with iridescent luster on the outer surfaces with exposed chambers that are now lined with metallic pyrite crystals.  9 lbs, 12 x 12 x 1.5 inches
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Selenopeltis Trilobite from Morocco
$ 6,500.00
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Selenopeltis Trilobite from Morocco
$ 6,500.00
Trilobites, an early arthropod relative of spiders, horseshoe crabs, and scorpions, preserved in this level of detail only occurred as a result of very sudden underwater landslides called turbidite sequences, which ravaged the early earth when the continents were still very much on the move. The contorted body positions of...
Psychopyge elegans Trilobite from Morocco (758 grams)
$ 7,000.00
Trilobites, an early arthropod relative of spiders, horseshoe crabs, and scorpions, preserved in this level of detail only occurred as a result of very sudden underwater landslides called turbidite sequences, which ravaged the early earth when the continents were still very much on the move. The contorted body positions of...

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