Rhynchonellid – Brachiopod
£4.00 – £8.00 ex VAT
• Geological Age: Cretaceous period, 100 to 64 million years old.
• Location: Boujdour, Morocco
• Species: Rhynchonellid
Rhynchonellid brachiopod fossils available by weight, measuring upto 20 mm in size, these excellemt specimens from the Cretaceous period were found in Morocco and exhibit clear morphological features such as shape, form, teeth and ribbing on the shells, they are excellent for use in kit or for educaitonal purposes when addressing past life forms on earth.
Small rhynchonellid fossil specimens available by weight, these samples belong to the brachiopod family and lived during the Cretaceous period, over 100 million years ago, the shells are well formed and very few show deformation. Ribbing is clear with sizes of specimens varying between 5 to 20 mm in size. These are classed as articulate brachiopods i.e. shells are well shaped with matching teeth and sockets. They were found in Boujdour, Morocco and are available in various weights, they will come supplied in a polythene bag with a label. Excellent for educational use, where large amounts are required for an economical cost.