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Welcome to our Fossil category where you'll find some rather special selections, whether you are looking for a small fossil gift or a large interior fossil statement piece for yourself or someone special, here we have a wide range of museum quality fossils for sale; Ammonites that sit elegantly in your living-space surmounted and classically displayed on our custom designed bronze plinths or wall features that transcend your personal style and passion for historic themes into reality.

Discover a geological world of fossils from an ancient-prehistoric world from magnificent Mosasaurus fossil skulls, Dyrosaurus and Sarcosuchus crocodile skulls, Spinosaurus dinosaur and Carcharodontosaurus dinosaur fossils to Dinosaur bones, stunning fossil pecten shells including many other molluscs and echinoids and many more spectacular fossils for you to browse and buy.

  1. New Opal Cleoniceras Ammonite 00mm

    Opalescent Cleoniceras Ammonite 00mm

    £ POA
    Opalescent Cleoniceras fossil ammonite excavated in the Mahajanga jungle of Madagascar. The exotic tropical island lying off the coast of S. E. Africa, a jewel in the Indian Ocean. Madagascan having the most unique flora and fauna is also blessed with the unique fossil deposits, some of the finest and most colourful fossils in the world today. Richly detailed minerals, mainly quartz-based developed in the earth's layers creating unique depositions, some outcrop on the surface, many are mined and these have in recent years have been harvested for collectors across the globe. Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite. Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135,000,000 to 65,000,000 years. Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Width: 0.0 cm Depth: 0.0 cm Approximate weight: 0,000 g Learn More
  2. New Eboraciceras Carinatum Ammonite 22mm

    Eboraciceras Carinatum Ammonite 22mm

    £37.00
    Eboraciceras Carinatum Ammonite. The almost gem quality iridescent micro conch ammonite displays excellent morphology of the evolute phragmacone or shell, read the fuller story below... Genus: Eboraciceras Carinatum Ammonite, (Eichwald) Origin: Volga layers, Oak quarry, Russia. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Berriasian stage 145,000,000 to 139,000,000 years ago. measurement. Width: 2.2 cm Approximate weight: 0,009 g Learn More
  3. Cenoceras Nautiloid 55mm

    Cenoceras Nautiloid 55mm

    £39.00
    Both the Ammonites and Nautili evolved from cephalopod beginnings in the Cambrian period. The Ammonoid group eventually dominating the prehistoric marine environment, being free swimmers above the seabed, before the arrival of vertebrate fishes to the marine scene. Nautiloids having early success were later in the Cretaceous period seemingly in decline. The mass Cretaceous extinction, the KT boundary event, which is the marker for the extinction of dinosaurs and many other life forms gave the tenacious Nautili a chance to regain a secure foothold under the oceans. Read more of the Nautiloid story below… Genus: Cenoceras intermedius, Hyatt in 1884 (Sowerby), Nautiloid, Nautiloidea. Age: Triassic, Carnian age 228- 235 mya to Mid Jurassic, Callovian age 166 - 164 mya Location: Ambohimanga Rova, N.E. Antananarivo, Madagascar. Southern Indian ocean. Cenoceras Nautiloid measurement. Width: 5.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,078 g Learn More
  4. Cenoceras Nautiloid 55mm

    Cenoceras Nautiloid 55mm

    £39.00
    Both the Ammonites and Nautili evolved from cephalopod beginnings in the Cambrian period. The Ammonoid group eventually dominating the prehistoric marine environment, being free swimmers above the seabed, before the arrival of vertebrate fishes to the marine scene. Nautiloids having early success were later in the Cretaceous period seemingly in decline. The mass Cretaceous extinction, the KT boundary event, which is the marker for the extinction of dinosaurs and many other life forms gave the tenacious Nautili a chance to regain a secure foothold under the oceans. Read more of the Nautiloid story below… Genus: Cenoceras intermedius, Hyatt in 1884 (Sowerby), Nautiloid, Nautiloidea. Age: Triassic, Carnian age 228- 235 mya to Mid Jurassic, Callovian age 166 - 164 mya Location: Ambohimanga Rova, N.E. Antananarivo, Madagascar. Southern Indian ocean. Cenoceras Nautiloid measurement. Width: 5.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,073 g Learn More
  5. Cenoceras Nautiloid 50mm

    Cenoceras Nautiloid 50mm

    £39.00
    Both the Ammonites and Nautili evolved from cephalopod beginnings in the Cambrian period. The Ammonoid group eventually dominating the prehistoric marine environment, being free swimmers above the seabed, before the arrival of vertebrate fishes to the marine scene. Nautiloids having early success were later in the Cretaceous period seemingly in decline. The mass Cretaceous extinction, the KT boundary event, which is the marker for the extinction of dinosaurs and many other life forms gave the tenacious Nautili a chance to regain a secure foothold under the oceans. Read more of the Nautiloid story below… Genus: Cenoceras intermedius, Hyatt in 1884 (Sowerby), Nautiloid, Nautiloidea. Age: Triassic, Carnian age 228- 235 mya to Mid Jurassic, Callovian age 166 - 164 mya Location: Ambohimanga Rova, N.E. Antananarivo, Madagascar. Southern Indian ocean. Cenoceras Nautiloid measurement. Width: 5.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,070 g Learn More
  6. Cenoceras Nautiloid 55mm

    Cenoceras Nautiloid 55mm

    £39.00
    Both the Ammonites and Nautili evolved from cephalopod beginnings in the Cambrian period. The Ammonoid group eventually dominating the prehistoric marine environment, being free swimmers above the seabed, before the arrival of vertebrate fishes to the marine scene. Nautiloids having early success were later in the Cretaceous period seemingly in decline. The mass Cretaceous extinction, the KT boundary event, which is the marker for the extinction of dinosaurs and many other life forms gave the tenacious Nautili a chance to regain a secure foothold under the oceans. Read more of the Nautiloid story below… Genus: Cenoceras intermedius, Hyatt in 1884 (Sowerby), Nautiloid, Nautiloidea. Age: Triassic, Carnian age 228- 235 mya to Mid Jurassic, Callovian age 166 - 164 mya Location: Ambohimanga Rova, N.E. Antananarivo, Madagascar. Southern Indian ocean. Cenoceras Nautiloid measurement. Width: 5.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,080 g Learn More
  7. Cenoceras Nautiloid 54mm

    Cenoceras Nautiloid 54mm

    £39.00
    Both the Ammonites and Nautili evolved from cephalopod beginnings in the Cambrian period. The Ammonoid group eventually dominating the prehistoric marine environment, being free swimmers above the seabed, before the arrival of vertebrate fishes to the marine scene. Nautiloids having early success were later in the Cretaceous period seemingly in decline. The mass Cretaceous extinction, the KT boundary event, which is the marker for the extinction of dinosaurs and many other life forms gave the tenacious Nautili a chance to regain a secure foothold under the oceans. Read more of the Nautiloid story below… Genus: Cenoceras intermedius, Hyatt in 1884 (Sowerby), Nautiloid, Nautiloidea. Age: Triassic, Carnian age 228- 235 mya to Mid Jurassic, Callovian age 166 - 164 mya Location: Ambohimanga Rova, N.E. Antananarivo, Madagascar. Southern Indian ocean. Cenoceras Nautiloid measurement. Width: 5.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,072 g Learn More
  8. New Quenstedticeras Ammonite 30mm

    Quenstedticeras Ammonite 30mm

    £39.00
    Quenstedticeras Ammonite. The highly iridescent micro conch ammonite displays excellent morphology of the evolute phragmacone or shell, read the fuller story below... Genus: Quenstedticeras Ammonite, (Sowerby, 1819) Origin: Volgian layers, near Saratov, Southwestern Russia Age: Mesozoic era, Jurassic period, Callovian stage (Volgian stage) 162,000,000 years Ammonite measurement. Width: 3.0 cm Approximate weight: 0,010 g Learn More
  9. New Cleoniceras Iridescent & Opalised Ammolite Ammonite 62mm

    Cleoniceras Iridescent & Opalised Ammolite Ammonite 62mm

    £39.00
    The ammonite from Madagascar has an ammolite rainbow affected and iridescent surface, this caused in the deposition in the fossil bed developed over eons of time; naturally creating the fossilised shell into a beautiful mineralised and unique curiosity. The highly desirable opalised aragonite within the long chain molecules of the chitin shell, the mineral aragonite, cause this nacre on the surface of the prehistoric ammonite shell. Once polished the colours of the rainbow; if present, shines through. Read the full description below... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite, family Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Width: 6.2 cm Weight: 0.062 g

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  10. New Cidaris Echinoid Fossil Sea Urchin 40mm

    Cidaris Echinoid Fossil Sea Urchin 40mm

    £52.00
    An excellent example of a fossilised prehistoric sea urchin Test (once the shell animals hard parts) exhibiting the detailed surface as described below. Genus: Cidaris echinoid specimen. Age: Mesozoic era, middle to upper Jurassic, approximately 170,000,000 - 150,000,000 years. Origin: Agadir-Ida Ou Tanane Prefecture, Atlas Range, Morocco, North Africa. Cidaris Echinoid measurements. Diameter: 4.0 cm Height: 2.2 cm Approximate weight: 0,052 g Learn More
  11. Eboraciceras Carinatum Ammonite 33mm

    Eboraciceras Carinatum Ammonite 33mm

    £62.00
    Eboraciceras Carinatum Ammonite. The almost gem quality iridescent micro conch ammonite displays excellent morphology of the evolute phragmacone or shell, read the fuller story below... Genus: Eboraciceras Carinatum Ammonite, (Eichwald) Origin: Volga layers, Saratov, Oak quarry, Dubki village, Russia. Age: Mesozoic era, Jurassic period, Callovian and Oxfordian stages 164 to 161 million years ago. measurement. Width: 3.3 cm Approximate weight: 0,023 g Learn More
  12. Eboraciceras Carinatum Ammonite 32mm

    Eboraciceras Carinatum Ammonite 32mm

    £62.00
    Eboraciceras Carinatum Ammonite. The almost gem quality iridescent micro conch ammonite displays excellent morphology of the evolute phragmacone or shell, read the fuller story below... Genus: Eboraciceras Carinatum Ammonite, (Eichwald) Origin: Volga layers, Oak quarry, Russia. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Berriasian stage 145 to 139 million years ago. measurement. Width: 3.2 cm Approximate weight: 0,023 g Learn More
  13. New Quenstedticeras Lamberti Ammonite 35mm

    Quenstedticeras Lamberti Ammonite 35mm

    £67.00
    Quenstedticeras Ammonite. The robust highly iridescent micro conch ammonite displays excellent morphology of the evolute phragmacone or shell, read the fuller story below... Genus: Quenstedticeras lamberti Ammonite, (Sowerby, 1819) Origin: Volgian layers, near Saratov, Southwestern Russia Age: Mesozoic era, Jurassic period, Callovian stage (Volgian stage) 162,000,000 years Ammonite measurement. Width: 3.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,021 g Learn More
  14. New Cidaris Echinoid Fossil Sea Urchin 40mm

    Cidaris Echinoid Fossil Sea Urchin 40mm

    £67.00
    An excellent example of a fossilised prehistoric sea urchin Test (once the shell animals hard parts) exhibiting the detailed surface as described below. Genus: Cidaris echinoid specimen. Age: Mesozoic era, middle to upper Jurassic, approximately 170,000,000 - 150,000,000 years. Origin: Agadir-Ida Ou Tanane Prefecture, Atlas Range, Morocco, North Africa. Cidaris Echinoid measurements. Diameter: 4.0 cm Height: 2.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,057 g Learn More
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    Mammites Nodosoides Ammonite 135mm

    Mammites Nodosoides Ammonites

    Regular Price: £82.00

    Special Price £68.00

    Reference Numbers are attached to the bottom of each image. Add the 'Reference Number' to your 'Note' when you checkout. Mammites Nodosoides 125mm TFS1020 - 614 g Mammites Nodosoides 110mm TFS1021 - 425 g Mammites Nodosoides 130mm TFS1023 - 797 g Mammites Nodosoides 135mm TFS1024 - 884 g Genus: Mammites nodosoides, described by Laube and Bruder in 1887. Age: Upper Cretaceous Period, Early to late Turonian Stage, 94.3 to 89.3 m.y.a. Environment/lithology: lithified, concretionary marl, Mammites nodosoides Zone. Geological Location: N.E. Asfla, Goulmima, Er-rachidia province, Anti Atlas, Morocco. Reference: W. J. Kennedy, A. S. Gale, D. J. Ward and C. J. Underwood. 2008. Early Turonian ammonites from Goulmima, southern Morocco. Bulletin de l'Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique. Learn More
  16. Cleoniceras Sutured Ammonite 4

    Cleoniceras Sutured Ammonite 92mm

    £72.00
    A fine Cleoniceras sutured ammonite cleaned and preserved now the polished three-dimensional form of the fossilised shell that has fortuitously persisted in the fossil layers of Madagascar from the end of the Cretaceous period, some sixty-four million years ago. Read the full description below... You will receive a complimentary lucite stand with this item as well as free mainland delivery. Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite. Age: Cretaceous period. Origin: Mahajanga Jungle, Madagascar, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Diameter: 9.2 cm Weight: 0.197 g Learn More
  17. New Opal Cleoniceras Ammonite 90mm

    Opalescent Cleoniceras Ammonite 90mm

    £72.00
    Opalescent Cleoniceras fossil ammonite excavated in the Mahajanga jungle of Madagascar. The exotic tropical island lying off the coast of S. E. Africa, a jewel in the Indian Ocean. Madagascan having the most unique flora and fauna is also blessed with the unique fossil deposits, some of the finest and most colourful fossils in the world today. Richly detailed minerals, mainly quartz-based developed in the earth's layers creating unique depositions, some outcrop on the surface, many are mined and have in recent years been harvested for collectors across the globe. Read the full description below.... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite. Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Width: 9.0 cm Depth: 2.4 cm Approximate weight: 0,169 g Learn More
  18. New Cadoceras elatmae 50mm

    Cadoceras Elatmae Ammonite 50mm

    £77.00
    Cadoceras elatmae Ammonite. The robust slightly iridescent micro conch ammonite displays excellent morphology of the involute phragmacone or shell, read the fuller story below... Genus: Cadoceras elatmae Ammonite, (Troizkaya, 1956) Origin: Volga layers, Oak quarry, Russia. Age: Mesozoic era, Jurassic period, Volgian stage 150,800,000 to 143,000,000 Ammonite measurement. Width: 5.0 cm Approximate weight: 0,043 g Learn More
  19. New Craspedites okensis 44mm

    Craspedites Okensis Ammonite 44mm

    £79.00
    Craspedites okensis Ammonite. The robust highly iridescent micro conch ammonite displays excellent morphology of the involute phragmacone or shell, read the fuller story below... Genus: Craspedites okensis Ammonite, (Zakharov and Mesezhnikov) Origin: Volga layers, Oak quarry, Russia. Age: Mesozoic era, Jurassic period, Volgian stage 150,800,000 to 143,000,000 Ammonite measurement. Width: 4.4 cm Approximate weight: 0,047 g Learn More
  20. New Cleoniceras Iridescent & Opalised Ammolite Ammonite 60mm

    Cleoniceras Iridescent & Opalised Ammolite Ammonite 60mm

    £79.00
    The ammonite from Madagascar has an ammolite rainbow affected and iridescent surface, this caused in the deposition in the fossil bed developed over eons of time; naturally creating the fossilised shell into a beautiful mineralised and unique curiosity. The highly desirable opalised aragonite within the long chain molecules of the chitin shell, the mineral aragonite, cause this nacre on the surface of the prehistoric ammonite shell. Once polished the colours of the rainbow; if present, shines through. Read the full description below... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite, family Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Width: 6.0 cm Weight: 0.056 g

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  21. Cleoniceras Sutured Ammonite 3

    Cleoniceras Sutured Ammonite 114mm

    £92.00
    The natural suture patterning is very delicate in this example and gives a marvellous contrast against the honey calcite colouration. The sutures frilly cream outlines also appear to give light and shading to the faces of the polished ammonite. A desirable Cleoniceras fossil ammonite from a classic fossil bed in Madagascar. Read the full description below... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite, family Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Diameter: 11.4 cm Weight: 0.255 g

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  22. New Opal Cleoniceras Ammonite 80mm

    Opalescent Cleoniceras Ammonite 80mm

    £92.00
    Opalescent Cleoniceras fossil ammonite excavated in the Mahajanga jungle of Madagascar. The exotic tropical island lying off the coast of S. E. Africa, a jewel in the Indian Ocean. Madagascan having the most unique flora and fauna is also blessed with the unique fossil deposits, some of the finest and most colourful fossils in the world today. Richly detailed minerals, mainly quartz-based developed in the earth's layers creating unique depositions, some outcrop on the surface, many are mined and have in recent years been harvested for collectors across the globe. Read the full description below.... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite. Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Width: 8.0 cm Depth: 2.2 cm Approximate weight: 0,123 g Learn More
  23. New Opalescent Cleoniceras Ammonite 85mm

    Opalescent Cleoniceras Ammonite 85mm

    £92.00
    Opalescent Cleoniceras fossil ammonite excavated in the Mahajanga jungle of Madagascar. The exotic tropical island lying off the coast of S. E. Africa, a jewel in the Indian Ocean. Madagascan having the most unique flora and fauna is also blessed with the unique fossil deposits, some of the finest and most colourful fossils in the world today. Richly detailed minerals, mainly quartz-based developed in the earth's layers creating unique depositions, some outcrop on the surface, many are mined and have in recent years been harvested for collectors across the globe. Read the full description below.... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite. Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Width: 8.5 cm Depth: 2.3 cm Approximate weight: 0,149 g Learn More
  24. New Cidaris Echinoid Fossil Sea Urchin 35mm

    Cidaris Echinoid Fossil Sea Urchin 35mm

    £92.00
    An excellent example of a fossilised prehistoric sea urchin Test (once the shell animals hard parts) exhibiting the detailed surface as described below. Genus: Cidaris echinoid specimen. Age: Mesozoic era, middle to upper Jurassic, approximately 170,000,000 - 150,000,000 years. Origin: Agadir-Ida Ou Tanane Prefecture, Atlas Range, Morocco, North Africa. Cidaris Echinoid measurements. Diameter: 3.5 cm Height: 2.0 cm Approximate weight: 0,036 g Learn More
  25. New Cleoniceras Iridescent & Opalised Ammolite Ammonite 61mm

    Cleoniceras Iridescent & Opalised Ammolite Ammonite 61mm

    £97.00
    The ammonite from Madagascar has an ammolite rainbow affected and iridescent surface, this caused in the deposition in the fossil bed developed over eons of time; naturally creating the fossilised shell into a beautiful mineralised and unique curiosity. The highly desirable opalised aragonite within the long chain molecules of the chitin shell, the mineral aragonite, cause this nacre on the surface of the prehistoric ammonite shell. Once polished the colours of the rainbow; if present, shines through. Read the full description below... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite, family Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Width: 6.1 cm Weight: 0.061 g

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  26. New Cidaris Echinoid Fossil Sea Urchin 37mm

    Cidaris Echinoid Fossil Sea Urchin 37mm

    £97.00
    An excellent example of a fossilised prehistoric sea urchin Test (once the shell animals hard parts) exhibiting the detailed surface as described below. Genus: Cidaris echinoid specimen. Age: Mesozoic era, middle to upper Jurassic, approximately 170,000,000 - 150,000,000 years. Origin: Agadir-Ida Ou Tanane Prefecture, Atlas Range, Morocco, North Africa. Cidaris Echinoid measurements. Diameter: 3.7 cm Height: 2.0 cm Approximate weight: 0,039 g Learn More
  27. Cenoceras Nautiloid 105mm

    Cenoceras Nautiloid 105mm

    £112.00
    Both the Ammonites and Nautili evolved from cephalopod beginnings in the Cambrian period. The Ammonoid group eventually dominating the prehistoric marine environment, being free swimmers above the seabed, before the arrival of vertebrate fishes to the marine scene. Nautiloids having early success were later in the Cretaceous period seemingly in decline. The mass Cretaceous extinction, the KT boundary event, which is the marker for the extinction of dinosaurs and many other life forms gave the tenacious Nautili a chance to regain a secure foothold under the oceans. Read more of the Nautiloid story below… Genus: Cenoceras intermedius, Hyatt in 1884 (Sowerby), Nautiloid, Nautiloidea. Age: Triassic, Carnian age 228- 235 mya to Mid Jurassic, Callovian age 166 - 164 mya Location: Ambohimanga Rova, N.E. Antananarivo, Madagascar. Southern Indian ocean. Cenoceras Nautiloid measurement. Diameter: 10.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,666 g Learn More
  28. Cenoceras Nautiloid 104mm

    Cenoceras Nautiloid 104mm

    £122.00
    Both the Ammonites and Nautili evolved from cephalopod beginnings in the Cambrian period. The Ammonoid group eventually dominating the prehistoric marine environment, being free swimmers above the seabed, before the arrival of vertebrate fishes to the marine scene. Nautiloids having early success were later in the Cretaceous period seemingly in decline. The mass Cretaceous extinction, the KT boundary event, which is the marker for the extinction of dinosaurs and many other life forms gave the tenacious Nautili a chance to regain a secure foothold under the oceans. Read more of the Nautiloid story below… Genus: Cenoceras intermedius, Hyatt in 1884 (Sowerby), Nautiloid, Nautiloidea. Age: Triassic, Carnian age 228- 235 mya to Mid Jurassic, Callovian age 166 - 164 mya Location: Ambohimanga Rova, N.E. Antananarivo, Madagascar. Southern Indian ocean. Cenoceras Nautiloid measurement. Diameter: 10.4 cm Approximate weight: 0.596 g Learn More
  29. Cidaris Fossil sea Urchin Plate 130mm

    Cidaris Fossil sea Urchin Plate 130mm

    £123.00
    A good limestone trimmed slab encapsulating several echinoids exhibiting a mass mortality pattern, presumably smothered in some underwater calamity, evident in the scattered arrangement of spines around the fossilised sea urchin test's. Class: Echinoidea Subclass: Euechinoidea Order: Hemicidaroida Genus: Acrosalenia hemicidaroides. Echinoidea, Agassiz, 1838 Age: Mesozoic era, middle Jurassic, Bathonian stage approximately 168 to 166 million years. Origin: Oolitic layers, Landaville, Vosges, Lorraine, North Eastern France. Echinoid measurements. Diameter: 2.0 - 2.5 cm Cidaris Echinoid plate measurements. Square: 13.0 cm Depth: 3.0 cm Approximate weight: 1,137 g Learn More
  30. New Opalescent Cleoniceras Ammonite 98mm

    Opalescent Cleoniceras Ammonite 98mm

    £123.00
    Opalescent Cleoniceras fossil ammonite excavated in the Mahajanga jungle of Madagascar. The exotic tropical island lying off the coast of S. E. Africa, a jewel in the Indian Ocean. Madagascan having the most unique flora and fauna is also blessed with the unique fossil deposits, some of the finest and most colourful fossils in the world today. Richly detailed minerals, mainly quartz-based developed in the earth's layers creating unique depositions, some outcrop on the surface, many are mined and have in recent years been harvested for collectors across the globe. Read the full description below.... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite. Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Width: 9.8 cm Depth: 2.6 cm Approximate weight: 0,226 g Learn More
  31. New Cleoniceras Iridescent & Opalised Ammolite Ammonite 69mm

    Cleoniceras Iridescent & Opalised Ammolite Ammonite 69mm

    £127.00
    The ammonite from Madagascar has an ammolite rainbow affected and iridescent surface, this caused in the deposition in the fossil bed developed over eons of time; naturally creating the fossilised shell into a beautiful mineralised and unique curiosity. The highly desirable opalised aragonite within the long chain molecules of the chitin shell, the mineral aragonite, cause this nacre on the surface of the prehistoric ammonite shell. Once polished the colours of the rainbow; if present, shines through. Read the full description below... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite, family Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Width: 6.9 cm Weight: 0.089 g

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  32. New Cleoniceras Sutured Ammonite 125mm

    Cleoniceras Sutured Ammonite 125mm

    £127.00
    The amazingly striking and natural suture patterning is clearly exhibited in the fossil depositions of Cleoniceras ammonites from Madagascar, here in these specimens the ammonitic sutures create a dramatic patterning once the shell has been stripped away, this contrasts with the fine ammonitic linea calcite pattern laid through a honey calcite colour infill, the infill's are minerals which were deposited within the shell chamber cavities millions of years ago. Read the full description below... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite, family Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Diameter: 19.0 cm Weight: 1,188 g Learn More
  33. New Opalescent Cleoniceras Ammonite 104mm

    Opalescent Cleoniceras Ammonite 104mm

    £127.00
    Opalescent Cleoniceras fossil ammonite excavated in the Mahajanga jungle of Madagascar. The exotic tropical island lying off the coast of S. E. Africa, a jewel in the Indian Ocean. Madagascan having the most unique flora and fauna is also blessed with the unique fossil deposits, some of the finest and most colourful fossils in the world today. Richly detailed minerals, mainly quartz-based developed in the earth's layers creating unique depositions, some outcrop on the surface, many are mined and these have in recent years have been harvested for collectors across the globe. Read the full description below.... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite. Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Width: 10.4 cm Depth: 2.9 cm Approximate weight: 0,279 g Learn More
  34. New Pair of Black Cleoniceras Ammonites 117mm

    Pair of Black Cleoniceras Ammonites 117mm

    £127.00
    Rarer black Cleoniceras ammonite from Madagascar prepared; cut in half and polished in workshops in Madagascar, thus revealing the wonders of per-mineralisation which take place in the millions of years of the fossil process. Each inner chamber of the extinct marine cephalopod has been replaced with calcite and quartz. Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Height: 11.7 cm Width: 9.5 cm Depth: 2.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,343 Kg (Pair of Acrylic-Lucite stands included) Learn More
  35. New Cleoniceras Sutured Ammonite 125mm

    Cleoniceras Sutured Ammonite 145mm

    £137.00
    The amazingly striking and natural suture patterning is clearly exhibited in the fossil depositions of Cleoniceras ammonites from Madagascar, here in these specimens the ammonitic sutures create a dramatic patterning once the shell has been stripped away, this contrasts with the fine ammonitic linea calcite pattern laid through a honey calcite colour infill, the infill's are minerals which were deposited within the shell chamber cavities millions of years ago. Read the full description below... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite, family Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Diameter: 14.5 cm Weight: 0,477 g Learn More
  36. Cenoceras Nautiloid 103mm

    Cenoceras Nautiloid 103mm

    £142.00
    Both the Ammonites and Nautili evolved from cephalopod beginnings in the Cambrian period. The Ammonoid group eventually dominating the prehistoric marine environment, being free swimmers above the seabed, before the arrival of vertebrate fishes to the marine scene. Nautiloids having early success were later in the Cretaceous period seemingly in decline. The mass Cretaceous extinction, the KT boundary event, which is the marker for the extinction of dinosaurs and many other life forms gave the tenacious Nautili a chance to regain a secure foothold under the oceans. Read more of the Nautiloid story below… Genus: Cenoceras intermedius, Hyatt in 1884 (Sowerby), Nautiloid, Nautiloidea. Age: Triassic, Carnian age 228- 235 mya to Mid Jurassic, Callovian age 166 - 164 mya Location: Ambohimanga Rova, N.E. Antananarivo, Madagascar. Southern Indian ocean. Cenoceras Nautiloid measurement. Diameter: 10.3 cm Approximate weight: 0,618 g Learn More
  37. New Cleoniceras Sutured Ammonite 137mm

    Cleoniceras Sutured Ammonite 137mm

    £147.00
    The amazingly striking and natural suture patterning is clearly exhibited in the fossil depositions of Cleoniceras ammonites from Madagascar, here in these specimens the ammonitic sutures create a dramatic patterning once the shell has been stripped away, this contrasts with the fine ammonitic linea calcite pattern laid through a honey calcite colour infill, the infill's are minerals which were deposited within the shell chamber cavities millions of years ago. Read the full description below... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite, family Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Diameter: 13.7 cm Weight: 0.497 g Learn More
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    Mammites Nodosoides Ammonite 160mm

    Mammites Nodosoides Ammonite 160mm

    Regular Price: £242.00

    Special Price £172.00

    The shell of Mammites are typically stout, having a slightly square whorl section and flattish to slightly concave venter and can reach a diameter of twenty millimetres as an adult. Genus: Mammites nodosoides, described by Laube and Bruder in 1887. Family: Acanthoceratidae, described by De Grossouvre, Circa 1894 SubFamily: Mammitinae, described by Hyatt Circa 1900 Age: Upper Cretaceous Period, Early to late Turonian Stage, 94.3 to 89.3 m.y.a. Environment/lithology: lithified, concretionary marl, Mammites nodosoides Zone. Geological Location: N.E. Asfla, Goulmima, Er-rachidia province, Anti Atlas, Morocco. Mammites Nodosoides dimensions Width: 11.5 cm Depth: 6.5 cm Height: 15.0 cm Overall block dimensions Width: 15.5 cm Depth: 9.8 cm Height: 16.0 cm Weight: 1,906 Kg Reference: W. J. Kennedy, A. S. Gale, D. J. Ward and C. J. Underwood. 2008. Early Turonian ammonites from Goulmima, southern Morocco. Bulletin de l'Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique. Learn More
  39. New Cleoniceras Sutured Ammonite 160mm

    Cleoniceras Sutured Ammonite 160mm

    £187.00
    The amazingly striking and natural suture patterning is clearly exhibited in the fossil depositions of Cleoniceras ammonites from Madagascar, here in these specimens the ammonitic sutures create a dramatic patterning once the shell has been stripped away, this contrasts with the fine ammonitic linea calcite pattern laid through a honey calcite colour infill, the infill's are minerals which were deposited within the shell chamber cavities millions of years ago. Read the full description below... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite, family Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Diameter: 16.0 cm Weight: 0,718 g Learn More
  40. New Cleoniceras Sutured Ammonite 182mm

    Cleoniceras Sutured Ammonite 182mm

    £197.00
    The amazingly striking and natural suture patterning is clearly exhibited in the fossil depositions of Cleoniceras ammonites from Madagascar, here in these specimens the ammonitic sutures create a dramatic patterning once the shell has been stripped away, this contrasts with the fine ammonitic linea calcite pattern laid through a honey calcite colour infill, the infill's are minerals which were deposited within the shell chamber cavities millions of years ago. Read the full description below... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite, family Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Diameter: 18.2 cm Weight: 1,075 g Learn More
  41. New Mammites Nodosoides Ammonite 170mm

    Mammites Nodosoides Ammonite 170mm

    £227.00
    The Mammites ammonite with ornamentation of stumpy tubercles to each side of the shell, the whole form is reasonably good, uncrushed, with some excellent ammonitic suture patterning. In places, the thick fossilised shell is still intact, this appears as darker patches, while the internal sutures under the shell appear in varying dark and lighter beige areas. Verso one small complete turritella gastropod lies within the matrix, just above the cut base, creating a unique and fascinating feature. A collector grade specimen having undergone cleaning and preparation in the UK. The base cut for display and the matrix (bedrock) ground, thus enhancing the overall appearance, lifting the fossilised shell and exhibiting it to a greater degree. Enlarge the illustrations above to fully view the ammonites attributes. Genus: Mammites nodosoides, described by Laube and Bruder in 1887. Family: Acanthoceratidae, described by De Grossouvre, Circa 1894 SubFamily: Mammitinae, described by Hyatt Circa 1900 Age: Upper Cretaceous Period, Early to late Turonian Stage, 94.3 to 89.3 m.y.a. Environment/lithology: lithified, concretionary marl, Mammites nodosoides Zone. Geological Location: N.E. Asfla, Goulmima, Er-rachidia province, Anti Atlas, Morocco. Mammites Nodosoides dimensions Width: 15.5 cm Depth: 6.5 cm Height: 13.5 cm Overall block dimensions Width: 15.5 cm Depth: 9.5 cm Height: 17.0 cm Weight: 2,134 Kg Reference: W. J. Kennedy, A. S. Gale, D. J. Ward and C. J. Underwood. 2008. Early Turonian ammonites from Goulmima, southern Morocco. Bulletin de l'Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique. Learn More
  42. Choffaticeras Ammonite 200mm

    Choffaticeras Ammonite 200mm

    £242.00
    Excellent sliced and polished Choffaticeras (C.) segne fossil ammonoid, the type described by Solger in 1903. The ammonite halved enabling the internal chambers now filled with mineral calcite, a type of quartz, to be fully appreciated. A natural history curio which has also scientific interest, discovered in what has become a classic Cretaceous period fossil layer located in the high Atlas of southern Morocco. read the full description below... Genus: Choffaticeras segne described by Solger 1903 Family: Pseudotissotiidae Hyatt1902 Sub Family: Pseudotissotiinae Hyatt 1902 Sub Order: Ammonitina Hyatt1889 Order: Ammonoidea Zittel 1884 Class: Cephalopod Cuvier 1797 Branch: Mollusca Linnaeus 1758 Age: Cretaceous period, Lower Turonian stage 93.9 to 89.8 million years ago. Geological Location: Turonian Mammites nodosoides Zone, Asfla, Morocco. Ammonite measurements approximately. Height: 16.0 cm Width: 20.0 cm Depth: 4.5 cm Approximate weight: 2.318 g Learn More
  43. New Mantelliceras Ammonite on Bronze Stand 170mm

    Mantelliceras Ammonite on Bronze Stand 170mm

    £282.00
    An attractive smaller bookshelf curiosity the Mantelliceras ammonite set onto our in-house designed bronze mount which has been expertly surmounted and presented to display the piece in a classically sculptural aspect, which can be easily removed from the bronze cradle stand and handled for the closer study. A revitalised prehistoric fossil shell excavated from the heart of North Africa and prepared in our studio here in the North West of England. Genus: Mantelliceras Ammonite. Origin: Atlas range, Agadir, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, Jurassic, approximately 205,000,000 - 135,000,000 million. Overall measurements. Height: 17.00 cm Width: 11.0 cm Depth: 6.5 cm Weight: 0,723 kg Learn More
  44. New Mantelliceras Ammonite on Bronze Stand 190mm

    Mantelliceras Ammonite on Bronze Stand 190mm

    £282.00
    An attractive smaller bookshelf curiosity the Mantelliceras ammonite set onto our in-house designed bronze mount which has been expertly surmounted and presented to display the piece in a classically sculptural aspect, which can be easily removed from the bronze cradle stand and handled for the closer study. A revitalised prehistoric fossil shell excavated from the heart of North Africa and prepared in our studio here in the North West of England. Genus: Mantelliceras Ammonite. Origin: Atlas range, Agadir, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, Jurassic, approximately 205,000,000 - 135,000,000 million. Overall measurements. Height: 190.00 cm Width: 120.0 cm Depth: 6.5 cm Weight: 1,003 kg Learn More
  45. New Mantelliceras Ammonite on Bronze Stand 190mm

    Mantelliceras Ammonite on Bronze Stand 190mm

    £282.00
    An attractive smaller bookshelf curiosity the Mantelliceras ammonite set onto our in-house designed bronze mount which has been expertly surmounted and presented to display the piece in a classically sculptural aspect, which can be easily removed from the bronze cradle stand and handled for the closer study. A revitalised prehistoric fossil shell excavated from the heart of North Africa and prepared in our studio here in the North West of England. Genus: Mantelliceras Ammonite. Origin: Atlas range, Agadir, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, Jurassic, approximately 205,000,000 - 135,000,000 million. Overall measurements. Height: 190.00 cm Width: 120.0 cm Depth: 6.5 cm Weight: 1,003 kg Learn More
  46. Hoptiloides Wohltmanni Ammonite 202mm

    Hoplitoides Wohltmanni Ammonite 202mm

    £292.00
    Hoplitoides Wohltmanni ammonite from the province of Errachidia, Morocco. The specimen ammonoid prepared in the Laboratory in the United kingdom, which has enabled the exposure of the mineralised whorls and chambers, key morphological attributions of the genus Hoplitoides. Read the fuller description below... Genus - Hoplitoides sp. wohltmanni (KOENEN 1897) Location - Asafla Village, Wadi Gheris, Nr Goulmina, Drâa-Tafilalet region, Morocco, North Africa Geological Age - Mesozoic Era, upper-lower Turonian Mammites nodosoides Zone wohltmanni (Courville 1993). Overall measurements. Height: 25.7 cm Width: 21.0 cm Depth: 6.0 cm Approximate weight: 1,379 Kg Learn More
  47. Asteroceras Ammonite 81mm

    Asteroceras Ammonite 81mm

    £297.00
    British Asteroceras ammonite partial boulder-stone excellently conserved with hours of preparation work which has produced a unique and aesthetically pleasing natural freestanding display specimen of large size for the type. England's lost treasures brought back to life from the world famous Heritage coast of the Jurassic period. Discovered in the Black ven layers. The heritage coast a stretch of over ninety five miles of coastline containing fossil flora and fauna produces few specimens of this calibre. Read the fuller report below... Genus: Asteroceras obtusum ammonite. Origin: Black Ven Marls in Lyme Regis, Dorset, England. Age: Mesozoic era, early Jurassic, approximately 189 to 196 million years. Shale measurements. Height: 11.6 cm Width: 26.5 cm Depth: 4.5 cm Asteroceras Ammonite measurements. Diameter: 8.1 cm Depth: 1.7 cm Approximate overall weight: 1213 Kg Learn More
  48. Sutured Ammonoid 215mm

    Sutured Ammonoid 215mm

    £297.00
    Extinct cephalopod shell displaying calcification within the chambers which can be been seen now the shell has been removed. The limestone and fossil cephalopod shell prepared using an acid preparation giving a fine semi-matt and organic finish. Read more about this unique fossil below... Genus: Ammonoid, Ammonite Clymenia sp. Age: Palaeozoic era, Late Devonian, Famennian age, approximately 372 to 359 million years. Origin: Amessoui syncline, Tafilalt platform, Ma'der, Tafilalt, Eastern Morocco, North Af. Specimen measurements. Height: 16.3 cm Width: 13.5 cm Depth: 1.5 cm Overall matrix block. Height: 21.5 cm Width: 15.5 cm Base Depth: 5.0 cm Goniatite weight: 1,542 kg Learn More
  49. Cleoniceras Ammonite Pair 204mm

    Cleoniceras Ammonite Pair 204mm

    £297.00
    A high quality conserved fossil Cleoniceras Ammonite from Madagascar. Prepared, cut into two halves with polished faces. The process revealing the wonders of mineralisation which takes place over millions of years. Each chamber has been replaced with Quartz and sedimentary silt now hardened or petrified. Ammonites are part of the Ammonitida of marine invertebrates. Read the full description below... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite. Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Diameter: 204 cm Approximate weight: 1,880 g Cleoniceras ammonite pairs include two acrylic stands for display. Learn More
  50. New Holzmaden Pyrite Fossil Ammonoid Plate

    Holzmaden Pyrite Fossil Ammonoid Plate 291mm

    £382.00
    A substantially large sized Harpoceras pyritised ammonoid naturally encapsulated in Jurassic grey shale, The shale has conserved quite wonderfully the attributes of the ribbed phragmacone (shell). The prehistorically interesting Holzmaden plate exhibiting excellent preservation throughout, the fossil having absorbed mineral inclusions of the fossil bedding layers during the period of fossilisation which has taken over 150,000,000 years. Read more about the Nautiloid story below... Genus: Harpoceras falcifer Class: Cephalopoda, Order Ammonitida, Family Hildoceratidae Origin: Holzmaden region, Posidonia formation, Lagerstätten shales, South West Germany. Age: Palaeozoic era, Lower Jurassic period, Toarcian stage, approximately 180 million years. Holzmaden plate measurements. Height: 29.1 cm Width: 27.7 cm Depth: 2.5 cm Weight: approximately 5 Kg Learn More
  51. Clymeniida Fossil Ammonite 250mm

    Clymeniida Fossil Ammonite 250mm

    £392.00
    Extinct cephalopod shell displaying calcification within the chambers which can be been seen now the shell has been removed. The limestone and fossil cephalopod shell prepared using an acid preparation giving a fine semi-matt and organic finish. Read more about this unique fossil below... Genus: Ammonoid, Ammonite Clymenia sp. Age: Palaeozoic era, Late Devonian, Famennian age, approximately 372 to 359 million years. Origin: Amessoui syncline, Tafilalt platform, Ma'der, Tafilalt, Eastern Morocco, North Af. Specimen measurements. Height: 20.2 cm Width: 20.5 cm Depth: 2.0 cm Overall matrix block. Height: 25.0 cm Width: 24.5 cm Base Depth: 5.5 cm Goniatite weight: 1,542 kg Learn More
  52. Hoplitoides Ammonite 220mm

    Hoplitoides Ammonite 220mm

    £472.00
    The Hoplitoides ammonite specimen has been cleaned and prepared in the Laboratory in the United kingdom, which has enabled the exposure of the mineralised whorls, chambers and other key morphology of the genus type. Read the fuller description below... Genus - Hoplitoides sp. Hoplitoidea (KOENEN 1897). Location - Asafla Village, Wadi Gheris, Nr Goulmina, Drâa-Tafilalet region, Morocco, North Africa Geological Age - Mesozoic Era, upper-lower Turonian Mammites nodosoides Zone wohltmanni (Courville 1993). Overall measurements. Height: 20.5 cm Width: 24.5cm Depth: 8.0 cm Approximate weight: 2,453 Kg Learn More
  53. Sutured Ammonoid 245mm

    Sutured Ammonoid 245mm

    £472.00
    Extinct cephalopod shell displaying calcification within the chambers which can be been seen now the shell has been removed. The limestone and fossil cephalopod shell prepared using an acid preparation giving a fine semi-matt and organic finish. Read more about this unique fossil below... Genus: Ammonoid, Ammonite Clymenia sp. Age: Palaeozoic era, Late Devonian, Famennian age, approximately 372 to 359 million years. Origin: Amessoui syncline, Tafilalt platform, Ma'der, Tafilalt, Eastern Morocco, North Af. Specimen measurements. Height: 21.2 cm Width: 17.0 cm Depth: 1.5 cm Overall matrix block. Height: 24.0 cm Width: 24.5 cm Base Depth: 6.3 cm Goniatite weight: 3,070 kg Learn More
  54. New Dactylioceras cf anguinun Ammonite Block 160mm

    Dactylioceras CF Anguinun Ammonite Block 160mm

    £497.00
    British ammonite limestone multi block excellently preserved and subsequently conserved with hours of preparation work which has produced a unique and aesthetically pleasing natural display specimen. Lost marine treasures brought back to life from a world famous Jurassic Scottish location. Read more below... Genus: D. anguinun ammonites, described by Reinecke, Circa 1818 Age: Jurassic period, Upper Lias, Toarcian stage. 176 to 183 million years old Location: Falciferum Zone, Braes, Bearreraig Bay, Isle of Skye, Scotland. Block measurements. Height: 10 cm Width: 16.5 cm Depth: 5.5 cm Largest Ammonite measurement. Diameter: 3.4 cm Depth: 1.0 cm Approximate overall weight: 0.465 Kg Learn More
  55. New Calycoceras (Newboldiceras) Asiaticum Ammonite 205mm

    Calycoceras (Newboldiceras) Asiaticum Ammonite 205mm

    £642.00
    A superb fossilised example of a well-formed ammonite shell unearthed in the Cretaceous fossil layers of the exotic island of Madagascar, The macroconch (female of the type), exhibits well defined and intact ribbing to the umbilicus (fossil shell), and now displayed on the fine bronze mount, creating a wonderful sculptural feature. Type: Calycoceras (Newboldiceras) asiaticum (Jimbo 1894) spinosum Kossmat 1897 Subcategory: Newboldiceras (Described by Thomel 1972) Genus: Calycoceras (Described by Hyatt 1900) Geological Age: Mid Cretaceous, Cenomanian stage, 96,000,000 to 92,000,000 years old) Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E. Africa, South Indian Ocean Ammonoid on base measurements. Height: 20.5 cm Width: 15.5 cm Depth: 7.3 cm Ammonoid specimen measurements. Height: 13 cm Width: 15.5 cm Depth: 7.3 cm On base Weight: 1,679 g Ammonite Weight: 1,470 g Learn More
  56. Opal Desmoceras Ammonite 92mm

    Opal Desmoceras Ammonite 92mm

    £692.00
    Opalescent Desmoceras fossil ammonite excavated in the Mahajanga jungle of Madagascar. The exotic tropical island lying off the coast of S. E. Africa, a jewel in the Indian Ocean. Madagascan having the most unique flora and fauna is also blessed with the unique fossil deposits, some of the finest and most colourful fossils in the world today. Richly detailed minerals, mainly quartz-based developed in the earth's layers creating unique depositions, some outcrop on the surface, many are mined and have in recent years been harvested for collectors across the globe. Read the full description below.... Genus: Desmoceras ammonite. Age: Cretaceous, approximately 120 million years ago. Origin: Mahajanga Jungle, Madagascar. Desmoceras ammonite measurements. Height: 7.91 cm Width: 9.25 cm Depth: 3.83 cm Approximate weight: 0,297 g Learn More
  57. New Pyrite Cenoceras Nautiloid on Bronze 140mm

    Pyrite Cenoceras Nautiloid on Bronze 140mm

    £692.00
    Exceedingly uncommon heavily pyritised large specimen Nautilus from Jurassic Madagascar. Read more of the Nautiloid story below… Genus: Cenoceras intermedius, Hyatt in 1884 (Sowerby), Nautiloid, Nautiloidea. Age: Triassic, Carnian age 228- 235 mya to Mid Jurassic, Callovian age 166 - 164 mya Location: Ambohimanga Rova, N.E. Antananarivo, Madagascar. Southern Indian ocean. Cenoceras Nautilis measurement. Diameter: 14 cm Approximate weight: 1,363 g Learn More
  58. Cleoniceras Ammonite Pair 268mm

    Cleoniceras Ammonite Pair 268mm

    £792.00
    Exceptional quality Cleoniceras ammonite pair 268mm. this ammonite is from Madagascar and has been carefully prepared, cut in half and polished in workshops in Madagascar, thus revealing the wonders of per-mineralisation and mineralization which take place over tens of thousands even millions of years over the fossil process. Each inner chamber of the extinct marine cephalopod has been replaced with calcite and quartz. Cleoniceras ammonite pairs include two acrylic stands for display. Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Height: 26.8 cm Width: 22.2 cm Depth: 2.8 cm Approximate weight: 3,690 Kg Learn More
  59. Goniatitic Sutured Goniatite Ammonoid On Bronze 280mm

    Goniatitic Sutured Goniatite Ammonoid On Bronze 280mm

    £872.00
    Natural Goniatite displaying calcification within the chambers which can be been seen now the shell has been removed. The limestone Goniatite has been prepared using an acid preparation. Read more about this unique fossil below... Genus: Gonioclymenia speciosa, Goniatitic Ammonoid, (Clymenia sp. described by Münster 1839) Age: Palaeozoic era, Devonian, Famennian age, 372 to 359 million years ago. Origin: Gonioclymenia limestones, Tafilalt Platform (Anti-Atlas, SE Morocco), North Africa. Goniatite measurements. Height: 18.0 cm Width: 20.5 cm Depth: 4.0 cm Goniatite on stand. Height: 28.0 cm Width: 20.5 cm Base Depth: 7.2 cm Goniatite weight: 1,159 kg Total weight on stand: 1,568 kg Learn More
  60. New Arnioceras Semicostatum Ammonites 190mm

    Arnioceras Semicostatum Ammonites 190mm

    £992.00
    A Good British Ammonite commune, the ammonite boulder containing twenty-two fossils conserved by many hours of highly skilled and technical preparing. The ammonoid shells sympathetically cleaned out of the surrounding matrix (fossil limestone seabed), this has produced a unique and aesthetically pleasing naturally formed prehistoric curiosity. Read the fuller report below... Genus: Arnioceras semicostatum ammonite commune block. Origin: Robin Hoods Bay, Whitby, North Yorkshire, England. Geological location: Lower Sinemurian Lias, semicostatum zone, (described by Young and Bird) Geological Age: Mesozoic era, early Jurassic, approximately 199 to 191 million years ago. Commune Block measurements. Height: 19.0 cm Width: 14.5 cm Depth: 6.5 cm In mount measurements. Height: 24.8 cm Width: 14.5 cm Depth: 7.5 cm Arnioceras (largest) measurement. Diameter: 3.5 cm Depth: 0.8 cm Approximate commune block weight: 1.657 Kg Approximate overall weight: 1.942 Kg Learn More