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Phylum Mollusca, part 1

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 Mollusca 1 

Phylum Mollusca
Class Cephalopoda
Subclass Ammonoidea
Order Goniatitida

Ammonite:  Cheiloceras verneuili

Zone II, Fezzou, Morocco, Devonian

1.5 x 1.7 cm

Specimen has an unusual surface with a shiny, purple metallic  appearance

$ 55

 

Mollusca 2

Phylum Mollusca
Class Cephalopoda
Subclass Ammonoidea
Order Goniatitida
Genus Eothinites

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



Mollusca 3

Phylum Mollusca
Class Cephalopoda
Subclass Ammonoidea
Order Ammonitida

Ammonite:
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

    
Mollusca 4

Phylum Mollusca
Class Cephalopoda
Subclass Ammonoidea

Ammonite: Genus unknown

Toracien, Millan, France

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

$ 30
 
 
Mollusca 5

Phylum Mollusca
Class Cephalopoda
Subclass Ammonoidea
Order Ammonitida
Family Dactylioceratidae

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
 
 
Mollusa 6

Phylum Mollusca
Class Cephalopoda
Subclass Ammonoidea
Order Agoniatitida
Genus Agoniatites Meek (1877)

Ammonite:  Agoniatites

8 x 11 cm

Erfoud, Morocco, mid-Devonian, 360 my

Polished half of original specimen

$ 50
   
 
Mollusca 7a

Phylum Mollusca
Class Cephalopoda
Subclass Ammonoidea
Family Amaltheidae
Genus Pleuroceras Hyatt, 1868

Ammonite: Pleuroceras spinatum

Untersturmig, Germany, Jurassic

Ammonites replaced by pyrite; solid nodule was broken open to reveal the ammonites; sections fit together like a puzzle; larger ammonite 3.3 cm across

$ 60
 
 
Mollusca 7b

Phylum Mollusca
Class Cephalopoda
Subclass Ammonoidea
Family Amaltheidae
Genus Pleuroceras Hyatt, 1868

Ammonite: Pleuroceras spinatum

Untersturmig, Germany, Jurassic

3.2 cm

Same as above, except only a single specimen

$ 50

 
Mollusca 7c

Phylum Mollusca
Class Cephalopoda
Subclass Ammonoidea
Family Amaltheidae
Genus Pleuroceras Hyatt, 1868

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

$ 45
 
 
Mollusca 7d

Phylum Mollusca
Class Cephalopoda
Subclass Ammonoidea
Family Amaltheidae
Genus Pleuroceras Hyatt, 1868

Ammonite: Pleuroceras spinatum

4 x 5 cm

Untersturmig, Germany, Jurassic

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


$ 36




Mollusca 8

Phylum Mollusca
Class Cephalopoda
Subclass Nautiloidea
Order Bactritida Shimanskiy, 1951

Genus:  Bactrite

Northeast Montana, Cretaceous

a matched pair of polished sections
(2.5 x 6.6 cm) of a bactrite;
shows the fine internal details


$ 100

   
Mollusca 9

Ammonite

Phylum Mollusca
Class Cephalopoda
Order Ammonitida
Suborder Ancyloceratina
Family Baculitidae
Genus: Baculites Lamarck, 1799

Genus:
Baculites

4.5 x 23 cm

Garfield County, Montana, Cretaceous

two jpegs of specimen; lower specimen shows a close-up shows fine degree of preservation

$ 1595
   
  Mollusca 10

Ammonite

Phylum Mollusca
Class Cephalopoda
Subclass Ammonoidea
Order Ammonitida
Suborder Ancyloceratina
Genus Hoploscaphites Nowak, 1911

Ammonite: Hoploscaphites nicolletti

6.5 cm

Fox Hills Fm, Corson County,
South Dakota, late Cretaceous


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

$ 90


 
Mollusca 11 a 


Class Cephalopoda
Subclass Ammonoidea
Order Agoniatitida
Genus Agoniatites Meek (1877)

Ammonite: Agoniatites

3.2 x 3.9 cm

Midelt, Morocco, Cretaceous

Ammonite cut in half showing internal structure

$ 25
   


 

Mollusca 11 b 


Class Cephalopoda
Subclass Ammonoidea
Order Agoniatitida
Genus Agoniatites Meek (1877)

Ammonite: Agoniatites

4 x 5 cm

Midelt, Morocco, Cretaceous

One half on ammonite, polished to show internal structure

$ 20
 
 
Mollusca 12


Class Cephalopoda
Subclass Ammonoidea
Order Agoniatitida
Genus Agoniatites Meek (1877)

Ammonite:  Agoniatites

1.4  cm

Truc de Balduc, France

Cut in half to show internal structure

$ 20
   
  Mollusca 13

Phylum Mollusca
Class Cephalopoda
Subclass Ammonoidea
Order Goniatitida
Genus Branneroceras

Ammonite: Branneroceras branneri

2.5 cm

Brentwood Limestone, Gaither Mountain,
 Harrison, Arkansas, Pennsylvanian

Ammonite attached to natural matrix; some taphonomic errors along inner coils

$ 125
 

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