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: Pliocene, 4 million years old
• Location: South Carolina, U.S.A
• Species: Cetotherium
• Part: Vertebrae
Cetotherium fossil whale vertebrae from South Carolina, U.S.A, professionally cleaned and prepped, this 24 cm long vertebrae bone bleonged to the now extinc baleen whale, a whale which filter fed much smaller animals such as shrimp. This bone weighs 8.4 kg and would be an excellent addition to serious collections, especially where it will be displayed.
• Geological Age: Jurassic period, 157 to 152 millions years old
• Location: Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK
• Family: Plesiosaur
• Species: Unknown
Vertebra belonging to a Jurassic plesiosaur. Discovered in the kimmeridgian beds of Oxfordshire, UK, this specimen is in excellent condition, Comes supplied in a white card tray with information label.
Excellent specimen of a tail-section vertebra belonging to an unknown species of pliosaur. This specimen was discovered in Oxfordshire, UK and existed during the Jurassic period. Supplied in a white card tray with an information label.
• Geological Age: Triassic period, Molteno Formation, 237 to 228 million years ago.
• Location: Gokwe, Zimbabwe, Africa
• Family: Plant
• Species: Rhexoxylon africanum
Rhexoxylon africanum is a rare species of seed fern found in Gokwe, Zimbabwe, Africa. These fossil specimens are dated to the Triassic period, existing 237 million years ago. These excellent samples exhibit the fossil in slices and are excellent for both educational use to view the internal structure of flora as well as for aesthetic purposes.