Hexagonaria Sp. – Polished
£4.00 – £12.00 ex VAT
Polished specimens of Hexagonaria, an extinct genus of rugose coral from the Devonian period. These specimens, found in Morocco, have one polished face which is smooth to the touch and makes these pieces a perfect display item for any palaeontologist with an interest in coral fossils. All specimens come supplied in a white card tray with an information label.
A specimen of a polished Hexagonaria, which is an extinct genus of rugose coral, found in the Sahara Region, Morocco and from the Devonian period. The specimens belong to an unknown species and have one polished face to provide a aesthetically pleasing finish making them perfect for display, while a rough genuine face provides an excellent tool for analysis. All specimens are supplied in a white card tray with an information label.