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Class Cephalopoda

Subclass Ammonoidea

Ammonite Catalog, part 1

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 Moll 1 

Ammonite

Cheiloceras verneuili

Zone II, Fezzou, Morocco

Devonian

1.5 x 1.7 cm

Specimen has an unusual surface shiny, purple metallic  appearance

$ 55






Moll 2

Ammonite

Eothinites akastensis Ruzhencer

Artinskian, South Ural Mnts., Russia
lower Permian

Large coiled cephalopod w/ good definition to sutures

5.7 x 6.8 cm

$ 575
 




Moll 3

Monophyllites spaerophyllus Hauer

Basleo, Timor, Indonesia

Anisian - upper Trissaic

Specimen has excellent sutures lines on cephalopod; some deterioration on lower side

5.5 x 7.2 cm

$ 200
 


    
Moll 4

Ammonite

Unknown cephalopod

Toracien, Millan, France

Section of an ammonite (4.4 cm) with polished surface to show internal detail

$ 30
 


  Moll 5

Ammonite

Dactylioceras commune

3 x 3  cm

Toarcian Fm, Germany

early Jurassic

Pyrite imprints from both sides of a specimen which was not preserved

$ 75
 


 
Moll 6

Ammonite  Agoniatites

8 x 11 cm

Erfoud, Morocco

mid-Devonian, 360 my

Polished half of original specimen

$ 50

 



 
Moll 7a

Ammonite

Pleuroceras spinatum

Untersturmig, Germany

Jurassic

Pair of ammonites replaced by pyrite and fossilized immediately adjacent to each other; nodule was broken open and the ammonites separated cleanly; sections fit together like a puzzle; larger ammonite 3.3 cm across

$ 60
 


 
Moll 7b

Ammonite

Pleuroceras spinatum

Untersturmig, Germany
Jurassic

3.2 cm

Same as above, except only one specimen was involved

$ 50



 
Moll 7c

Ammonite

Pleuroceras spinatum

Untersturmig, Germany
Jurassic

4 x 4.5 cm

Specimen is pyrite replaced as above; underside is covered with rock matrix; excellent detail and fine suture lines

Sold
 


 
Moll 7d


Ammonite

Pleuroceras spinatum

4 x 5 cm

Untersturmig, Germany

Jurassic

Specimen is pyrite replaced as above; slightly smaller; preservation not as precise


$ 36




  Moll 10

Ammonite

Hoploscaphites nicolletti

6.5 cm

Fox Hills Fm, Corson Co., South Dakota USA

late Cretaceous

This specimen is from the Fox Hills Formation, which stretched from Colorado to Alberta;

$ 90



 
Moll 11 a 


Ammonite: Agoniatites

3.2 x 3.9 cm

Midelt, Morocco, Cretaceous

Ammonite cut in half showing internal structure

$ 25
   



 
Moll 11 b 

Ammonite: Agoniatites

4 x 5 cm

Midelt, Morocco, Cretaceous

One half on ammonite, polished to show internal structure

$ 10
 

  Moll 12

Ammonite:  Agoniatites

1.4  cm

Truc de Balduc, France

Cut in half to show internal structure

$ 20


 

 
  Moll 13

Ammonite

Branneroceras branneri

2.5 cm

Brentwood Limestone, Gaither Mountain,
 Harrison, AR, USA

Pennsylvanian

Ammonite still attached to natural matrix; some taphonomic errors along inner coil

$ 125




 
 
Moll 14


Ammonite

Cardioceras alphacordatum

4 x 4.6 cm

Oxford Clay, St. Neats, Huntingtonshire, England

Jurassic

Some imperfections on both sides; suture lines visible near body chamber - these are almost never preserved

$ 40
 


 
 
Moll 15


Ammonite

Promicroceras planicostata

7 x 8 cm

Lower Lias Fm, Somerset, England

Jurassic

a polished section

SOLD

 

 
 
Moll 17


Ammonite on matrix

Sphenodiscus lenticularis

2.5 cmm

Fox Hills Fm, SD, USA

late Cretaceous

Several iridescent green and red opalescent spots on surface of ammonite


$ 85

 

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