£1.20 – £10.00
• Geological Age: Jurassic period, Toarcian age, 182 to 174 million years ago
• Location: Ilminster, Somerset, UK
• Family: Ammanoid
• Species: Harpoceras
Harpoceras ammonite fossils found in Ilminster, Somerset, UK, these Jurassic period ammonites exhibited a typical coiled shell, though the ribbing is faint, they detail ammonitic suture lines upon closer inspection, varying in size, these particular species are beige cream colour and are available in a range of sizes and grades, supplied in a card tray with a label.
Harpoceras ammonite fossils, popular for educational use and collectors, these creamed coloured ammonites have a faint form of ribbing in their shells, closer inspection also shows that they exhibit ammonitic suture lines which are numerous and show a lobed and saddle pattern, typical of ammonoids from the Jurassic to Cretaceous periods. Remains have been found almost all over the world, however, they appear to be very widespread in Europe, these particular specimens were collected from Ilminster in Somerset, UK and exhibit the typical morphological details expected, Suitable for children, serious collectors and for educational use, we can supply this species in a range of grades and sizes to best suit your needs, each fossil will come supplied in a card tray with an information label.