Shelly Limestone – Gloucestershire
Shelly limestone containing numerous fossil of Carboniferous age, including bivalves , corals, crinoids & brachiopods. These specimens were collected in Gloucestershire, Uk. They are available in a variety of sizes.
A fossiliferous limestone from the Carboniferous age, 350 million years ago. This limestone is buff to grey in colour & very compact. It contains abundant marine fossils such as corals, crinoids (whole & fragmented), brachiopods & bivalves. The Carboniferous Limestone is the main lithology underlying the Forest of Dean basin & also forms the cliffs of the Wye Valley. Each specimen is supplied with a labelled card tray.