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Class Cephalopoda

Subclass Ammonoidea

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Moll 34


Ammonite

Dactylioceras

7 cm

 Yorkshire, Great Britain

lower Jurassic

sliced and polished

$ 32
 


Moll 35

Ammonite

Grammoceras soemani

5 cm

LeClapier, Aveyron, France

Jurassic

This is a genus where the suture lines are difficult to see without magnification

$ 75
 


Moll 36

Ammonite

Coomoceras duncani spinosus

3.5 cm

Oxford Clay, North Hampstonshire, England

Jurassic

 Sutures are visible on this specimen, but are a little difficult to locate without proper lighting

$ 100
 


Moll 37

Ammonite

Goniatites americanus

1.75 cm

Delaware Creek Mbr., Caney Shale Fm, Clarita, Coal Co., Oklahoma USA

late Mississippian

Ammonite has a ball shape; sits on rock matrix of the Caney Shale Formation

$ 80
 


Moll 38

Ammonite

Cosmoceras aculeatum

2.5 cm

Rjazan region,
Michailow, Russia

This cephalopod with minerals giving a shiller effect to shell (red to green-blue) colors

$125
 



Moll 39

Ammonite

Hildoceras bifrons

2.75 x 3.5 cm

Toarcian, LeClapier, Aveyron, France

Jurassic

This is another ammonite replaced by pyrite; has good suture preservation

SOLD
 


Moll 40

Ammonite

Holcophylloceras nillsoni

2.5 cm

Toarcian, LeClapier, France, Jurassic

Specimen is pyrite replaced with small gaps between adjacent segments giving an exellent view of suture structure

$ 95
 



Moll 41

Ammonite

Craspedites mosquensis

large specimen 3.4 x 3.4 cm
small one 2.3 x 2.3 cm

Saratow, Russia

late Jurassic  (late Volgian)

two ammonites on matrix both covered with a highly reflective blue nacreous material; both ammonites are decisively round in shape

 SOLD

Please let me know if you would like another specimen of this type - I may be able to find more of them.  These sell for about $200 each
 



Moll 42


Ammonite

Eothinites autubensis

3 x 3.5 cm

Artinskian, South Ural Mnts., Russia

Permian

Specimens outer shell covering was not preserved on outer whorl; exposed layer still very interesting as suture lines are still visible especially on top edge near where the surface is less preserved

$ 50
 



Moll 43


Ammonite

Costilioceras holzapfeli

1.85 cm

Aveyron, France, Toarcian, Jurassic

Specimen is pyrite replaced; note the color shown is actual with a reddish tone

$ 25
 



Moll 44

Ammonite

Osperlioceras bicarinatus

right: small, young specimen: 1.5 x 2 cm

$ 15

left: larger specimen:  1.7 x 2.3 cm

$ 40

Cornus, Aveyron, France

Jurassic (Toarcian)

Both specimens are pyrite replaced

 
 

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Ammonites, Part 1

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Ammonites, part 4

Fossil Specimen Index

Paleontology Index

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