Aeogocrioceras sp ammonite fossil specimen measuring 105 mm wide, this species is known as heteromorph ammonite and is characterised by its unique, uncoiled shell as opposed to the tight spiral shape commonly seen in ammanoid fossils. It is dated to the Lower Cretaceous, Hauterivian Stage, around 135 million years ago and come from Resse Pit, Hannover, Germany. Excellent for serious collectors m the sample comes with an information label and stand for display.
• Geological Age: Jurassic, Upper Lias, 200 to 180 million years old
• Location: Ilminster, Somerset, UK.
• Family: Ammanoid
• Species: Hildoceras
Hildoceras ammonite fossil specimens found in Ilminster, Somerset, UK, they exhibit a narrow with shallow ribbing and ammonitic suture lines, they lived during the Upper lias of the Jurassic period, 200 to 180 million years ago. Our samples are a dark beige colour and are available in various sizes and grades, ideal for educational use, collectors and children due to the features shown and their inexpensive cost. They fossil will come supplied in a card tray with a label.
• Geological Age: Jurassic period, 163 to 145 million years ago
• Location: Tulear, Madagascar.
• Family: Ammanoid
• Species: Perisphinctes
Perisphinctes ammonite fossil specimens collected from Tulear, Madagascar, they are dated to the lower Jurassic period and are between 160 to 140 million years old, their fine ribbing, perfect coils and moderate size make these samples an excellent choice for educational use or additions to collections, we can supply them in a range of sizes from small shells in a magnifier box to larger sizes which will come supplied in a card tray with a label.
Cut & Polished matching pair of stephanoceras, a prevalent genus of ammonite in the middle Jurassic. Disovered in Evercy, Normandy, France, these high quality specimens are both beautiful and informative, making them perfect for both display and analysis in a classroom or lab. All specimens are provided in white card trays with information labels