Goniatites – Morocco
£2.00 – £12.00 ex VAT
• Geological Age: Late Devonian period, 372 – 358 million years old
• Location: Alnif, Morocco
• Species: Various species.
Various goniatite fossil specimens from Alnif, Morocco, supplied by weight with various options available, these hematite stained red fossils show clear suture lines, chambers and coils, they are supplied in whole and partial pieces varying between 10 to 15 mm in size. Dated to the late Devonian period, 372.2 million years ago to 358.9 million years ago these fossils were found in what is now Alnif, Morocco, an area more known for it’s dessert and heat. However, during the late Devonian period, this area was submerged, being a marine environment, in which these various species of goniatites as well as other marine dwelling fauna lived.
Goniatites fossil specimens from Alnif, Morocco with hematite staining, giving them a deep, red colouration. These samples, which come supplied as whole pieces and fragments vary in size between 10 to 15 mm with occasional larger pieces. They are dated to the late Devonian period, specifically 372 - 358 million years ago. The bag will contain various species which display suture lines visible with partial pieces sometimes showing the chambers inside the shell. Available in various weights, the samples will come supplied in a polythene bag with an information label, suitable for econonimcal purchasing, buying by weight will allow you to obtain more pieces for little cost such as for kits, packs, crafts and educational use.