Pelecypods – Morocco
£2.00 – £10.00 ex VAT
• Geological Age: Devonian period,419 to 320 million years old.
• Location: Assa, Morocco
• Family: Bivalve
Pelecypod (bivalve) fossil specimens dating back to the Devonian period, these 400 million year old samples are supplied by weight and are ideal for educational purposes, they are 20 mm in size, orange in colour and show excellent morphological details. Supplied in a polythene bag with an information label.
Pelecypod (bivalve) fossil specimens from Morocco, these excellent samples are perfect for educational use, as they very clearly show morphological details often sought after by teachers on fossils, including the form and shape of the shell, very few of them are deformed, the samples are mostly whole and growth lines on the shell are clearly visible without the aid of magnification. Found in Assa, Morocco, they are of Devonian age, making them over 300 million years old. they have a vibrant orange colour, suitable as they are eye catching, they are between 10 to 20 mm in size and are available in various weights, these fossils will come supplied in a polythene bag with an information label, suitable for economical purchasing where you may require a moderate amount for little cost.