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Latest Arrivals Of Cleoniceras Sutured Ammonites

Wednesday, 14 February 2018 23:55:22 Europe/London

sutured ammonite from madagascar blog

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Ammonoids And Nautiloids

Monday, 15 January 2018 16:58:24 Europe/London

In this post, we feature some of our latest discoveries and some old favourites from our own personal collections which have recently been surmounted to exhibit all the best attributions of the ammonoids and nautiloids unearthed in Moroccan, North Africa.

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New Fossil Collection Includes 20% OFF Everything

Friday, 29 December 2017 00:12:20 Europe/London

new fossil collections 2018

Welcome 2018 and here we have our latest fossil collections we have curated for your interiors from The Fossil Store...

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Black Friday 25% OFF

Monday, 30 October 2017 15:46:19 Europe/London

Black Friday sale is this November

It comes but once a year so grab that opportunity to secure some wonders of nature at incredibly reduced prices. From Ammonites to Trilobites find a fossil of distinction at an affordable cost. For more information on how to redeem 25% off continue reading...

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Invertebrate Notes

Friday, 1 July 2016 11:09:45 Europe/London

History in the moroccan trilobite invertebrate

A brief historical and anatomical note on the enigmatic Moroccan fossil invertebrates of the Sahara, the Trilobites! We are discussing in general terms the arthropods attributes of the trilobites, where their fossils abound, how they dig and are collected and by whom, the naming process of genus types and the ongoing role of the fossil industry...

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Extracting trilobites in North West Africa

Monday, 21 December 2015 14:51:00 Europe/London

Extracting fossil trilobites in Africa

At the fossil site as the fossil bedding seam is broken up into smaller constituent parts, the arthropods body parts, often slightly darker than the limestone matrix which entombed it can been easily identified by the trained eye.continue reading...

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