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Ursus spelaeus (ROSENMULLER,1794) Ursus (LINNAEUS,1758)

Ursus spelaeus (ROSENMULLER,1794) Ursus (LINNAEUS,1758)

Reference: OT72
Genus - Specie: Ursus spelaeus (ROSENMULLER,1794) Ursus (LINNAEUS,1758)
Description: cave bear, cave bear, vertebrate, mammal
Period: Quaternary
Epoch-Stage-Strata: late Pleistocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: Devensiense late (250,000 to 10,000 years)
Common name: cave bear, cave bear, vertebrate, mammal
Comments: The cave bear lived in Europe in a vast area stretching from southern England to the Ural mountains , its territory forested mountainous areas, where mainly fed on berries and plants, but also meat. Occupied caves for winter hibernation after making fat reserves . male Mun heavy adult could weigh between 400 and 600 kg, Mextinto, juvenile individual, canine molars, without restoration or repair, Mni composite , totally natural, very good conservation measures: between 52 and 28 mms, from old collection , excellent quality
Location: Jura (France)
Price: 170 E

Branchiosaurus petrolei (GAUDRY,1875)

Branchiosaurus petrolei (GAUDRY,1875)

Reference: OT71
Genus - Specie: Branchiosaurus petrolei (GAUDRY,1875)
Description: primitive amphibian tetrapod
Period: Permian
Epoch-Stage-Strata: lower Permian
Era: Late Paleozoic
Age: Autunian (290-295 million years approx)
Common name: primitive amphibian tetrapod
Comments: extinct genus of temnospondyl without restoration, or composite , reinforced and consolidated its back plate, plate measures 92 x 52 x 4 mm, amphibious measures: 47 x 12 mm , weight: 50 grams, high quality
Location: Niederhausen and der Appel (Odernheim Formation) East Germany
Price: 75 E

Hyphalosaurus (Sinohydrosaurus) lingyuanensis (Gao,Tang & Wang,1999) 凌源潜龙(凌源中国水生蜥)

Hyphalosaurus (Sinohydrosaurus) lingyuanensis (Gao,Tang & Wang,1999) 凌源潜龙(凌源中国水生蜥)

Hyphalosaurus (Sinohydrosaurus) lingyuanensis (Gao,Tang & Wang,1999) 凌源潜龙(凌源中国水生蜥)

Hyphalosaurus (Sinohydrosaurus) lingyuanensis (Gao,Tang & Wang,1999) 凌源潜龙(凌源中国水生蜥)

Reference: OT64
Genus - Specie: Hyphalosaurus (Sinohydrosaurus) lingyuanensis (Gao,Tang & Wang,1999) 凌源潜龙(凌源中国水生蜥)
Description: fossil reptile, vertebrate, tetrapod
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Early Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Barremian(about 125 - 129 million years.)
Common name: submerged lizard, fossil reptile, vertebrate, pedrator
Comments: Extint. Phylum: Chordata, Class: Stem-Reptilia, Order: Choristodera, Family: Hyphalosauridae. Hyphalosaurus is a genus of freshwater lagoon aquatic reptiles that lived during the Lower Cretaceous. With an anatomy formed by long necks and tails with relatively small extremities, they had a great resemblance to small plesiosaurs. According to scientific studies of its abundant fossil remains, its habitat was exclusively in the deepest part of the lake environment, in the mud where they lived together with other organisms such as fish and crustaceans. Hyphalosaurus is the tetrapod (vertebrate with two pairs of extremities) most abundant in the Yixian Formation. Its highly flexible long neck and small flattened skull indicate that it was a hunter who captured small prey animals such as fish or arthropods, similar to modern aquatic predators with crushed skulls. Their fossils are often preserved together with Lycoptera (small fossil fish) that may have been part of their usual diet but surely it fed on soft organisms. Extinct specie, repaired plate, specimen with restoration , Prepared by professionals in the quarry of origin, measures plate: 156 x 85 x 3 mm, measures box: 250 x 170 mm, measures reptile unwinding : 165 mm , weight: 94 grams, good quality , very nice specimen, presented in an exhibitor box . Scarce today outside China. Image -Reproduction by courtesy Nobu Tamura : spinops.blogspot.com, paleoexhibit.blogspot.com, Under Creative Commons license. It is delivered and shipped with a certificate of authenticity. Worldwhide Shipping .
Location: Yixian Formation(Yixian) Xixian Co., Liaoning, Region(China)
Price: 300 E

Tentaculites richmondensis (MILLER) Tentaculites gyracanthus (EATON,1832) Punctospirella fragilis (S

Tentaculites richmondensis (MILLER) Tentaculites gyracanthus (EATON,1832) Punctospirella fragilis (S

Reference: OT62
Genus - Specie: Tentaculites richmondensis (MILLER) Tentaculites gyracanthus (EATON,1832) Punctospirella fragilis (SCHLOTHEIM,1814)
Description: cephalopod, mollusc fossil, Fossil brachiopod
Period: Devonian
Epoch-Stage-Strata: early Devonian
Era: Paleozoic
Age: Dittoniense - Lochkovian (410-419 million years approx)
Common name: cephalopod, mollusc fossil , Fossil brachiopod
Comments: the tentaculites is an extinct genus of mollusk , not a juvenile orthoceras , the plate is an extraordinary piece by the high concentration and the rarity of these cephalopods (relatives of the ammonites) , scarce, rare, excellent quality, without repair, or repair or painting, plate measures 100 x 88 x 16 mm, weight: 299 grams, interesting, well-preserved specimens
Location: Chortkiv (Ternopil oblast) Ukrania
Price: 69 E

Stylemys nebrascensis (LEIDY,1851), Testudo nebrascensis

Stylemys nebrascensis (LEIDY,1851), Testudo nebrascensis

Stylemys nebrascensis (LEIDY,1851), Testudo nebrascensis

Stylemys nebrascensis (LEIDY,1851), Testudo nebrascensis

Reference: OT58
Genus - Specie: Stylemys nebrascensis (LEIDY,1851), Testudo nebrascensis
Description: fossil reptile, fossil turtle, vertebrate, chelonian
Period: Paleogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Late Eocene- Early Oligocene (Oreodont beds)
Era: Cenozoic
Age: (about 27-37 million years.)
Common name: "pillar turtle", fossil turtle
Comments: Extint. Phylum: Chordata, Class: Reptilia. Order: Testudines, Suborder: Cryptodira, Family: Testudinidae. Stylemys was a terrestrial turtle found in the strata (layers) of the wastelands of the Blanco River (South Dakota) and in the northwest of Nebraska. They are also quite common in the barren lands of the Upper Eocene and Lower Oligocene in Rio Blanco east of Wyoming. The genus Stylemys was first described in 1851 by Dr. Joseph Leidy. It is the first fossil turtle discovered in America. This specimen is one of the largest in this genre. The shell (Carapace) retains the typical and characteristic color of the material of the Badlands of the same layers where the Oreodont fossils are found (primitive Ruminant). Extinct specie, natural specimen with minimal restoration and repair, no paint , Prepared by professionals in the quarry of origin, from 70's old private collection, giant, measures shell: 245 x 194 x 115 mm, weight: 5.540 grams, very nice specimen, scarce .Museum Quality . It is delivered and shipped with a certificate of authenticity. Worldwhide Shipping.
Location: White River Badlands, Pennington County (South Dakota ) USA.
Price: 1.200 E

Inzeria intia (WALTER, 1972)

Inzeria intia (WALTER, 1972)

Reference: OT53
Genus - Specie: Inzeria intia (WALTER, 1972)
Description: Fossil stromatolite
Period: Pre - Cambrian (Cryogenic)
Epoch-Stage-Strata:
Era: Neo-Proterozoic
Age: 4.0 billion years (696-800 million years approx)
Common name: Fossil stromatolite
Comments: cut and polished slice,complex branching morphology, unusual,no paint, no restoration, no repair,original fossil,from old collection,measures slice: 147 x 103 x 10 mms,weigth: 346 grms excellent quality and details,Gillen Member,rare,interesting, the stromatolites are found in all geological eras, composed by laminated structures and organ-sedimentary of CaCO3, its formation is due to the activity of microbial populations also called Cyanobacterias, they are the evidence of the existence of living organisms oldest which are known on Earth as part of the most important fossil record of life they are also the first trainers of reefs, and first oxygenators atmosphere very sensitive to climatic changes, these and other characteristics they make them very interesting, they reached his major abundance and diversity during the Proterozoic
Location: Bitter Springs Formation (Ross River Area) Ross River Pastoral Station (Northen Territory) Australia
Price: 99 E

Inzeria intia (WALTER, 1972)

Inzeria intia (WALTER, 1972)

Reference: OT52
Genus - Specie: Inzeria intia (WALTER, 1972)
Description: Fossil stromatolite
Period: Pre - Cambrian (Cryogenic)
Epoch-Stage-Strata:
Era: Neo-Proterozoic
Age: 4.0 billion years (696-800 million years approx)
Common name: Fossil stromatolite
Comments: cut and polished slice,complex branching morphology, unusual,no paint, no restoration, no repair,original fossil,from old collection,measures slice: 111 x 62 x 11 mms,weigth: 143 grms excellent quality and details,Gillen Member,rare,interesting, the stromatolites are found in all geological eras, composed by laminated structures and organ-sedimentary of CaCO3, its formation is due to the activity of microbial populations also called Cyanobacterias, they are the evidence of the existence of living organisms oldest which are known on Earth as part of the most important fossil record of life they are also the first trainers of reefs, and first oxygenators atmosphere very sensitive to climatic changes, these and other characteristics they make them very interesting, they reached his major abundance and diversity during the Proterozoic
Location: Bitter Springs Formation (Ross River Area) Ross River Pastoral Station (Northen Territory) Australia
Price: 58 E

Hyphalosaurus (Sinohydrosaurus) lingyuanensis (Gao,Tang & Wang,1999) 凌源潜龙(凌源中国水生蜥)

Hyphalosaurus (Sinohydrosaurus) lingyuanensis (Gao,Tang & Wang,1999) 凌源潜龙(凌源中国水生蜥)

Hyphalosaurus (Sinohydrosaurus) lingyuanensis (Gao,Tang & Wang,1999) 凌源潜龙(凌源中国水生蜥)

Hyphalosaurus (Sinohydrosaurus) lingyuanensis (Gao,Tang & Wang,1999) 凌源潜龙(凌源中国水生蜥)

Reference: OT50
Genus - Specie: Hyphalosaurus (Sinohydrosaurus) lingyuanensis (Gao,Tang & Wang,1999) 凌源潜龙(凌源中国水生蜥)
Description: fossil reptile, vertebrate, tetrapod
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Early Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Barremian(about 125 - 129 million years.)
Common name: submerged lizard, fossil reptile, vertebrate, pedrator
Comments: Extint. Phylum: Chordata, Class: Stem-Reptilia, Order: Choristodera, Family: Hyphalosauridae. Hyphalosaurus is a genus of freshwater lagoon aquatic reptiles that lived during the Lower Cretaceous. With an anatomy formed by long necks and tails with relatively small extremities, they had a great resemblance to small plesiosaurs. According to scientific studies of its abundant fossil remains, its habitat was exclusively in the deepest part of the lake environment, in the mud where they lived together with other organisms such as fish and crustaceans. Hyphalosaurus is the tetrapod (vertebrate with two pairs of extremities) most abundant in the Yixian Formation. Its highly flexible long neck and small flattened skull indicate that it was a hunter who captured small prey animals such as fish or arthropods, similar to modern aquatic predators with crushed skulls. Their fossils are often preserved together with Lycoptera (small fossil fish) that may have been part of their usual diet but surely it fed on soft organisms. Extinct specie, repaired plate, fossil specimen with restored parts , prepared by professionals in the quarry of origin, measures plate: 138 x 82 x 3 mm, measures box: 307 x 210 mm, measures reptile unwinding : 125 mm , weight: 94 grams, good quality , very nice specimen, presented in an exhibitor box . Scarce today outside China. Image -Reproduction by courtesy Nobu Tamura : spinops.blogspot.com, paleoexhibit.blogspot.com, Under Creative Commons license. It is delivered and shipped with a certificate of authenticity. Worldwhide Shipping .
Location: Yixian Formation(Yixian) Xixian Co., Liaoning, Region(China)
Price: 150 E

 Cylindroteuthis oweni(PRATT,1844) Cylindroteuthis (BAYLE,1879) (belemnite)

Cylindroteuthis oweni(PRATT,1844) Cylindroteuthis (BAYLE,1879) (belemnite)

Cylindroteuthis oweni(PRATT,1844) Cylindroteuthis (BAYLE,1879) (belemnite)

Cylindroteuthis oweni(PRATT,1844) Cylindroteuthis (BAYLE,1879) (belemnite)

Reference: OT45
Genus - Specie: Cylindroteuthis oweni(PRATT,1844)Cylindroteuthis (BAYLE,1879) (belemnite)
Description: fossil cephalopod, belemnite, mollusk
Period: Jurassic
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Middle Jurassic
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Middle Callovian (about 163-166 million years ago)
Common name: belemnite , mollusk
Comments: Belemnoidea , Phylum: Mollusca, Class: Cephalopoda, Order: Belemnitida . Natural, original fossil , free of matrix, prepared by professionals ,complete and very well preserved specimen, shows in detail its characteristic structure with the original external mold-shell, no repair, no paint, no glue, unbroken, measures : 112 x 25 x 24 mm, weigth: 99 grams, excellent quality, nice specimen. It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate. Worldwhide shipping.
Location: Mikhailov quarry(Ryazan región)Russia
Price: 42 E

Myophorella lusitanica(SHARPE,1849) Myophorella(BAYLE,1878)

Myophorella lusitanica(SHARPE,1849) Myophorella(BAYLE,1878)

Myophorella lusitanica(SHARPE,1849) Myophorella(BAYLE,1878)

Reference: OT44
Genus - Specie: Myophorella lusitanica(SHARPE,1849)Myophorella(BAYLE,1878)
Description: prehistoric fossil bivalve , mollusk
Period: Jurassic
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Late Jurassic
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Late Kimmeridgian -Early Tithonian(about 152 million years)
Common name: fossil bivalve
Comments: Phylum: Mollusca, Class: Bivalvia, Order: Trigoniida, Family: Trigoniidae, Subfamily: Myophorellinae. Extint, great quality, detail and conservation. Natural, original fossil, genuine and authentic, clean matrix, prepared by professionals, large size, piece without restoration, or repair, or composite, retains the original mold-shell original, natural color, complete specimen, measures : 79 x 60 x 42 mm, weight: 153 grams , from old 80's collection, maximum quality . Is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate , worldwide Shipping .
Location: Torres Vedras(Portugal)
Price: 45 E

Ursus spelaeus(J.C.ROSENMULLER,1794) Ursus(LINNAEUS,1758)

Ursus spelaeus(J.C.ROSENMULLER,1794) Ursus(LINNAEUS,1758)

Ursus spelaeus(J.C.ROSENMULLER,1794) Ursus(LINNAEUS,1758)

Ursus spelaeus(J.C.ROSENMULLER,1794) Ursus(LINNAEUS,1758)

Reference: OT43
Genus - Specie: Ursus spelaeus(J.C.ROSENMULLER,1794)Ursus(LINNAEUS,1758)
Description: cave bear paw, fossil cave bear, vertebrate
Period: Cuaternary
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Middle - Late Pleistocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: Late Devensian (about 250.000 - 10.000 years)
Common name: cave bear paw, fossil cave bear, vertebrate
Comments: Phylum: Chordata, Class: Mammalia, Order: Carnivora, Family: Ursidae . The Ursus spelaeus, lived in Europe over a vast area extending from the South of England to the Ural mountains, its territory mountainous areas with forests where mainly ate berries and plants but also meat. It occupied the caves than the winter for hibernation after making fat reserves. A heavy adult male could weigh between 400 and 600 kg. Extint, the original bones and authentic in its natural state have been internally assemblies together with wire to give stability and show the original structure of this extinct ice age bear, no restoration, no paint, no repair, fingers kept claws, authentic and genuine fossil , very well preserved , measures: 285 x 230 mm, weight: 558 grams , from old collection, excellent museum quality , very well preserved and conservation, scarce. It is delivered and shipped with a certificate of authenticity. Worldwhide Shipping.
Location: Ural Mountains(Siberia)Russia
Price: 600 E

 Nothosaurus 幻龍 (G. Von Hunter,1834), Nothosaurus (O. Rieppel & R. Wild,1996)

Nothosaurus 幻龍 (G. Von Hunter,1834), Nothosaurus (O. Rieppel & R. Wild,1996)

Nothosaurus 幻龍 (G. Von Hunter,1834), Nothosaurus (O. Rieppel & R. Wild,1996)

Reference: OT42
Genus - Specie: Nothosaurus 幻龍 (G. Von Hunter,1834), Nothosaurus (O. Rieppel & R. Wild,1996)
Description: baby Nothosaurus , fossil sauropterygian reptile, vertebrate, pedrator, false reptile, false lizard, fossil marine reptile
Period: Triassic
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Middle-Upper Triassic
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Anisian-Norian(about 208 - 247 million years.)
Common name: baby Nothosaurus , fossil sauropterygian reptile
Comments: Phylum: Chordata, Superorder: Sauropterygia, Order: Nothosauroidea, Family: Nothosauridae, Subfamily: Nothosaurinae (Nopcsa,1923),Genus: Nothosaurus. Nothosaurus is an extinct genus of sauropsidos (reptiles) marines from the Triassic and disappeared at the end of the same period its fossil remains have been found in sediments from South Africa, Asia, Holland and North America. The animals were large, approximately could measure up to four meters in length they were flat and long skulls with the nostrils and eye orbits located very high. They had a powerful snout with large fangs curved slightly inwards and sharp dagger-shaped teeth and its most striking feature was its two jaws it fit perfectly becoming a perfect trap to catch their prey. The Nothosaurus was one of the first dinosaurs to small-scale the Nothosaurus was breathing air but spent most of the their time in the water except to lay their eggs, diet : Piscivore/Carnivore, semi-aquatic, semi-oceanic. Perfect conservation of all its anatomy, complete skeleton, perfect skull conservation, pelvis, very well preserved, original fossil, genuine and authentic fossil , no fake , old 80s collection , collector’s choice, prepared by professionals, measures plate: 300 x 195 x 9 mm, measures reptile: 273 mms(unrolled), weight: 1.252 grams, rare juvenile , very young undeveloped , very nice specimen, maximum quality ,museum quality. Image-reproduction by courtesy of: Nobu Tamura (http://spinops.blogspot.com) Under license from: Creative Commons. It is delivered-attached with certificate of authenticity. Worldwhide shipping.
Location: Fuyuan, Yunnan (China)
Price: 2.500 E

Bison priscus(Ludwig Heinrich Bojanus,1827)

Bison priscus(Ludwig Heinrich Bojanus,1827)

Bison priscus(Ludwig Heinrich Bojanus,1827)

Bison priscus(Ludwig Heinrich Bojanus,1827)

Reference: OT41
Genus - Specie: Bison priscus(Ludwig Heinrich Bojanus,1827)
Description: horn, antler arctic bison
Period: Quaternary
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Middle–late Pleistocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: (About 100.000 years)
Common name: horn, antler arctic bison
Comments: steppe bison , Mammalia, Order: Artiodactyla, Family : Bovidae, Sub family: Bovinae , extinct specie, completely natural, unrestored, no repair, no paint, no composite, original fossil, measures horn: 270 x 70 mm ,measures stand: 173 x 70 x 95 mm ,weight horn : 682 grams, excellent quality, very nice specimen, supplied with wooden and metal support for exhibition. Image - restoration courtesy of Robert Pawlicki (https://en.wikipedia.org),Black and White Photo: Bojanus Ludwig Heinrich 1776-1827, German naturalist who gave his name. It is delivered and shipped with a certificate of authenticity. Worldwhide Shipping.
Location: Rhine gravel plains,(Darmstadt) Germany
Price: 100 E

Testudolithus sp.(HIRSCH,1996),fossil turtle egg

Testudolithus sp.(HIRSCH,1996),fossil turtle egg

Testudolithus sp.(HIRSCH,1996)

Testudolithus sp.(HIRSCH,1996)

Reference: OT40
Genus - Specie: Testudolithus sp.(HIRSCH,1996)
Description: fossil turtle egg
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Upper Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Campanian( about 72 -83 million years)
Common name: fossil turtle egg
Comments: This marvel is a complete fossilized complete egg of the genus Testudolithus (Turtle). Very well preserved specimen, totally natural, authentic and genuine fossil , no restoration, no repair, no paint, no composite, piece from old collection imported in the past, very scarce and difficult today ,comes with certificate of authenticity, in very good condition, measures : 34 x 34 mm , weigth : 50 grams, is presented- delivered in an exhibitor box . It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate. Worldwhide Shipping .
Location: Belo Region(Tsiribinha River)Morondava Basin(Madagascar)
Price: 120 E

Dendroolithus ,Hadrosaurus (LEIDY,1858) Hadrosauridae(COPE,1869),( LEIDY ,1858) ハドロサウルス

Dendroolithus ,Hadrosaurus (LEIDY,1858) Hadrosauridae(COPE,1869),( LEIDY ,1858) ハドロサウルス

Dendroolithus ,Hadrosaurus (LEIDY,1858) Hadrosauridae(COPE,1869),( LEIDY ,1858) ハドロサウルス

Reference: OT36
Genus - Specie: Dendroolithus ,Hadrosaurus (LEIDY,1858) Hadrosauridae(COPE,1869),( LEIDY ,1858) ハドロサウルス
Description: fossil hadrosaur egg, "bulky lizards",duck-billed
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Late Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Campanian( about 72 -83 million years)
Common name: fossil hadrosaur egg, "bulky lizards",duck-billed
Comments: this wonder is a complete fossilized egg of the genus hadrosaur (dinosaur) meaning "bulky lizards". Most deposited their eggs in nests to put up a dozen or more. With hatching and compaction usually damaging nests, erasing any trace of the eggs. Occasionally, some eggs survived predators and the weather elements and eventually became fossils. Due to their fragility and delicate nature intact eggs are very difficult and rare in the fossil record. Dinosaur eggs which preserved the egg shell and its original characteristic form are some of the fossils more sought after and desired by collectors around the world. Extint, dinosaur, herbivorous, ornithopods, chewing plants, Hadrosaurus was able to use his limbs (front legs) for standing and feed, famous for being one of the dinosaurs cloned on the novel by Michael Crichton, Jurassic Park. Complete egg very well preserved and in its original matrix, totally natural, authentic and genuine fossil , not mounted, without restoration, repair, caulk or paint, complete shell, very scarce and difficult today, the process of export of Chinese fossils is currently paralyzed legal piece from old collection imported in the past, measures egg : 168 x 150 mms , measures matrix : 135 x 120 x 81 mm , weigth : 4.529 grams, museum quality, excellent quality, from old collection, worthy of a museum , gorgeous. It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate. Worldwhide shipping.
Location: Kaoguo Formation.( Xixia Basin) Xixia County( Henan Province)Central China.
Price: 600 E

Cylindroteuthis oweni(PRATT,1844) Cylindroteuthis (BAYLE,1879) (belemnite)

Cylindroteuthis oweni(PRATT,1844) Cylindroteuthis (BAYLE,1879) (belemnite)

Cylindroteuthis oweni(PRATT,1844) Cylindroteuthis (BAYLE,1879) (belemnite)

Cylindroteuthis oweni(PRATT,1844) Cylindroteuthis (BAYLE,1879) (belemnite)

Reference: OT32
Genus - Specie: Cylindroteuthis oweni(PRATT,1844)Cylindroteuthis (BAYLE,1879) (belemnite)
Description: fossil cephalopod, belemnite, mollusk
Period: Jurassic
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Middle Jurassic
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Middle Callovian (about 163-166 million years ago)
Common name: belemnite , mollusk
Comments: Belemnoidea , Phylum: Mollusca, Class: Cephalopoda, Order: Belemnitida . Natural, original fossil , free of matrix, prepared by professionals ,complete and very well preserved specimen, shows in detail its characteristic structure with the original external mold-shell, no repair, no paint, no glue, unbroken, measures : 125 x 21 x 23 mm, weigth: 94 grams, excellent quality, nice specimen. It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate. Worldwhide shipping.
Location: Mikhailov quarry(Ryazan región)Russia
Price: 42 E

Cuvieronius(OSBORN,1923), Mastodont andium (Cuvier,1805)

Cuvieronius(OSBORN,1923), Mastodont andium (Cuvier,1805)

Cuvieronius(OSBORN,1923), Mastodont andium (Cuvier,1805)

Cuvieronius(OSBORN,1923), Mastodont andium (Cuvier,1805)

Reference: OT31
Genus - Specie: Cuvieronius(OSBORN,1923), Mastodont andium (Cuvier,1805)
Description: molar of primitive mastodon , vertebrate
Period: Cuaternary
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Pleistocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: (about 0,017 – 2,5 millones de años million years)
Common name: primitive mastodon
Comments: Phylum: Chordata ,Class :Mammalia, Order: Proboscidea, Family :Gomphotheriidae, extint. Cuvieronius is an extinct genus of New World gomphothere, similar to: Stegomastodon, Haplomastodon that bears the name of the great naturalist and important French paleontologist Georges Cuvier. According to the studies of the fossils found Cuvieronius came to measure about 2.3 m (7.5 feet) in height and reach an approximate weight of 3.5 tons and 3.9 tons, with a morphology and great resemblance to modern elephants with spiral-shaped fangs and a lower and elongated skull, no restoration, no paint, no repair, genuine and authentic fossil , very well preserved , measures: 90 x 111 x 70 mm, weight: 587 grams , old 70's collection, excellent museum quality , very well preserved and conservation, scarce today . Captured images of (Atlas virtual da Prehistoria, Brazil). and under the Creative Commons license. It is delivered and shipped with a certificate of authenticity. Worldwhide Shipping.
Location: South America
Price: 150 E

Hibolites astatus(BLAINVILLE), Hibolites(Mayer-Eymar,1883)

Hibolites astatus(BLAINVILLE), Hibolites(Mayer-Eymar,1883)

Hibolites astatus(BLAINVILLE), Hibolites(Mayer-Eymar,1883)

Reference: OT30
Genus - Specie: Hibolites astatus(BLAINVILLE), Hibolites(Mayer-Eymar,1883)
Description: fossil cephalopod, belemnite, belemnoid, mollusk
Period: Jurassic
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Lower Jurassic
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Lower Oxfordian-Callovian(about 163 million years ago)
Common name: belemnite , mollusk
Comments: Phylum: Mollusca, Class: Cephalopoda, (unranked): Belemnoidea, Order: Belemnitida, Suborder: Belemnopseina, Family: Belemnopseidae. Hibolites Hastatus is easily recognized by its long, sharp tip also has a long line (groove) along its structure. Like most belemnoids this morphology would have made it possible to move quickly to jet propulsion. Original fossil , natural in matrix, prepared by professionals ,complete and very well preserved specimen, shows in detail its characteristic structure with the original external mold-shell and its characteristic furrow, mounted on a methacrylate base for optimal display in showcase, old 70's collection , no repair, no paint, no glue, unbroken, measures long : 135 mm, measures base methacrylate : 70 x 70 mm, weigth: 377 grams, excellent quality, nice specimen. It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate. Worldwhide shipping.
Location: East Yorkshire Coast(Speeton Clay)UK
Price: 55 E

fossils world collection

fossils world collection

Reference: OT28
Genus - Specie: fossils world collection
Description:
Period: Several
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Several
Era: Several
Age: Several
Common name:
Comments: all specimens carry the corresponding label with all the information the fossil, genus, species, stratum, period, floor, age in millions of years, age and location, dimensions: 270 x 211 x 50 mm, weight: 1,306 grams, format: wood and glass. Contains ten six different fossils and thirty two parts: Placoparia cambriensis (fossil trilobite, arthropod) - Apiocrinites roissyanus (chalice, knuckle-stem and root of fossil crinoid) trunk fossil wood (Xilópalo), Neseuretus (fossil trilobite, arthropod) - Barremites difficilis difficilis (ammonites, fossil cephalopod) Echinocorys gr. scutata (irregular echinoid fossil, fossil hedgehog) 3 Phacops saberiensis rare-scarce **** (fossil trilobite, arthropod) Aulosmilia archiaci (fossil coral solo) Aequipecten opercularis (fossil bivalve) 2 pecopteris (fossil fern leaves) Exogyra flabellata (bivalvo fossil) Monorthis noctilio (fossil brachiopod) 2 Pliotoxaster sp. (Irregular echinoid fossil, fossil hedgehog) 7 Potamocrinus mespiliformis (stem-artejo fossil crinoid) 2 Sinuites (s) hispanicus (fossil gastropod) - 4 4 Nunmulites millecaput (fossil foraminifera), all copies with good-quality
Location: Several
Price: 48 E

Keichousaurus hui(YOUNG,1958) 胡氏貴州龍

Keichousaurus hui(YOUNG,1958) 胡氏貴州龍

Keichousaurus hui(YOUNG,1958) 胡氏貴州龍

Keichousaurus hui(YOUNG,1958)胡氏貴州龍

Reference: OT25
Genus - Specie: Keichousaurus hui(YOUNG,1958)胡氏貴州龍
Description: fossil small sauropterygian reptile, vertebrate
Period: Triassic
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Middle Triassic
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Anisian-Ladinian(about 230 - 240 million years.)
Common name: fossil small sauropterygian reptile, vertebrate
Comments: Phylum: Chordata, Class: Reptilia, Superorder: Sauropterygia, Order: Nothosauroidea, Family: Keichousauridae. Ovoviviparous, Keichousaurus was an early reptile that lived during the Triassic, the animals were small, about 6-12 inches(15-30 cm) long, with a extra long neck and tail, five-toed feet with long digits, and a pointed head with sharp teeth. Extint, marine, adult, individual, perfect skull conservation, complete skeleton, very well preserved , from 70's old collection, collector’s choice, extinct specie , natural, unrestored, no repair, no paint, no composite, original and genuine fossil, prepared by professionals in the source field,, measures plate: 270 x 170 x 11 mm, measures reptile: 237 mm , weight: 1.543 grams, excellent museum quality , very nice specimen. Scarce today outside China. Image -Reproduction by courtesy Nobu Tamura (http://spinops.blogspot.com/ http://paleoexhibit.blogspot.com/), Under Creative Commons license.It is delivered and shipped with a certificate of authenticity. Worldwhide Shipping .
Location: Falang Formation of Guanling(Guizhou Province)southwestern China
Price: 550 E

Agerostrea ungulata (VON SCHLOTHEIM,1813)Agerostrea(VIALOV,1936)

Agerostrea ungulata (VON SCHLOTHEIM,1813)Agerostrea(VIALOV,1936)

Agerostrea ungulata (VON SCHLOTHEIM,1813)Agerostrea(VIALOV,1936)

Agerostrea ungulata (VON SCHLOTHEIM,1813)Agerostrea(VIALOV,1936)

Reference: OT24
Genus - Specie: Agerostrea ungulata (VON SCHLOTHEIM,1813)Agerostrea(VIALOV,1936)
Description: fossil bivalve
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Upper Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Late Maastrichtian (about 69-72 million years)
Common name: fossil bivalve
Comments: Phylum: Mollusca,Class: Bivalvia, Order: Colloconchida, Family: Ostreidae, Genus : Ostrea. Original fossil, very well preserved specimen , unbroken , with outer shell ,prepared by professionals , complete specimen , large size ,measures : 90 x 65 x 40 mms, weight : 130 grms,from old collection, excellent quality and conservation ,very nice specimen, It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate. Worldwhide shipping.
Location: Fanivelona (Fianarantsoa)Madagascar
Price: 38 E

Gymnetone(Craginia)pizcuetai,Vicarya pizcuetana(VILANOVA,1859)

Gymnetone(Craginia)pizcuetai,Vicarya pizcuetana(VILANOVA,1859)

Gymnetone(Craginia)pizcuetai,Vicarya pizcuetana(VILANOVA,1859)

Gymnetone(Craginia)pizcuetai,Vicarya pizcuetana(VILANOVA,1859)

Reference: OT23
Genus - Specie: Gymnetone(Craginia)pizcuetai,Vicarya pizcuetana(VILANOVA,1859)
Description: fossil gastropod, mollusk
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Lower Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Aptian(about 113 – 125 million years approximately)
Common name: fossil gastropod, mollusk
Comments: completely natural , extint. Very well preserved specimen , retains the mold (outer shell), complete specimen, unbroken , no paint, no restoration, no glue, no repair, from old collection , measures : 111 x 48 x 45 mm, weight: 156 grams , excellent quality, scarce today . It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate. Worldwhide Shipping .
Location: South of Europe.
Price: 28 E

Tympanotonos sp.(SCHUMACHER,1817)

Tympanotonos sp.(SCHUMACHER,1817)

Tympanotonos sp.(SCHUMACHER,1817)

Tympanotonos sp.(SCHUMACHER,1817)

Reference: OT21
Genus - Specie: Tympanotonos sp.(SCHUMACHER,1817)
Description: fossil gastropod, mollusk
Period: Paleogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Upper Eocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: Priabonian(about 33-37 million years approximately)
Common name: fossil gastropod, mollusk
Comments: Phylum: Mollusca, Class: Gastropoda, Superfamily: Cerithioidea, Family: Potamididae, Subfamily : Cerithiinae. Extint, two crystallized agatized gastropods, completely natural , very well preserved specimens , retains the mold (outer shell), complete specimen, unbroken , no paint, no restoration, no glue, no repair, from old collection , measures : 59 x 30 mm and 40 x 18 mm, weight: 41 grams , excellent quality, very nice . It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate. Worldwhide Shipping .
Location: Dahkla region(Sahara)Morocco.
Price: 42 E

Athyris spiriferoides (EATON)

Athyris spiriferoides (EATON)

Reference: OT19
Genus - Specie: Athyris spiriferoides (EATON)
Description: fossil brachiopod
Period: Devonian
Epoch-Stage-Strata: middle Devonian
Era: Paleozoic
Age: 382-393 million years approx
Common name: fossil brachiopod
Comments: completely natural, complete specimen , retains the original outer - shell without restoration or repair, or painting, or composite , mold measures 33 x 31 x 15 mm, weight: 22 grams, very good preservation, excellent quality
Location: Wanakah Member (Ludlowville Formation) Hamilton Group (Erie County) New York
Price: 16 E

 Paraspirifer bownockeri(Stewart,1927), Paraspirifer(Wedekind,1926), Arthroacantha carpenteri (Hinde

Paraspirifer bownockeri(Stewart,1927), Paraspirifer(Wedekind,1926), Arthroacantha carpenteri (Hinde

Paraspirifer bownockeri(Stewart,1927), Paraspirifer(Wedekind,1926), Arthroacantha carpenteri (Hinde,1885)

Paraspirifer bownockeri(Stewart,1927), Paraspirifer(Wedekind,1926), Arthroacantha carpenteri (Hinde,1885)

Reference: OT18
Genus - Specie: Paraspirifer bownockeri(Stewart,1927),Paraspirifer(Wedekind,1926),Arthroacantha carpenteri (Hinde,1885)
Description: fossil brachiopod, fossil crinoid- echinoderm (stemps)
Period: Devonian
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Middle Devonian
Era: Paleozoic
Age: Emsian (about 393 million years )
Common name: fossil brachiopod, fossil crinoid(sea lilies)
Comments: Both extint .Paraspirifer: Phylum: Brachiopoda, Class: Rhynchonellata, Order: Spiriferida, Suborder: Delthyridina, Superfamily: Delthyridoidea, Family: Hysterolitidae. Arthroacantha : Animalia, Echinodermata, Crinoidea, Camerata, Monobathrida, Hexacrinitidae. This spectacular brachiopod fossil of the species Paraspirifer bownockeri has been replaced by brilliant pyrite as well as the stems (Also called artejos) of Crinoid . The quarries where these brachiopods were found in Sylvania, Ohio are now closed to collectors, so They are much more difficult to acquire and dig today. Completely natural . Very well preserved, both fossilized and preserved in pyrite (iron disulfide (II) (FeS2) , complete Paraspirifer specimen, natural no mounted, original matrix, unbroken , no paint, no restoration, no glue, no repair, from old collection , measures plate : 150 x 80 mm , measures brach: 60 x 45 mm, measures stemps: 45, 33 and 90 mm ,weight: 406 grms , excellent quality, unusual and a whim: a Paraspirifer fossilized together with several crinoid stems of genus Arthroacantha together in the same plate, extraordinary, a true jewel of collection, stunning. It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate. Worldwhide Shipping.
Location: Lower Silica Formation(Silica Shale), Sylvania ,Lucas County (northwestern Ohio) ,USA .
Price: 120 E

Lopha travisana (STEPHENSON,1935)

Lopha travisana (STEPHENSON,1935)

Reference: OT15
Genus - Specie: Lopha travisana (STEPHENSON,1935)
Description: Fossil bivalve
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Santonian (approximately 85 million years)
Common name: Fossil bivalve
Comments: measures 100 x 70 x 49 mm, Weight: 277 grams, natural, full, no restoration or repair, rare, excellent quality
Location: Chalk Austin (Texas) United States
Price: 33 E

Hyphalosaurus (Sinohydrosaurus) lingyuanensis (Gao,Tang & Wang,1999) 凌源潜龙(凌源中国水生蜥)

Hyphalosaurus (Sinohydrosaurus) lingyuanensis (Gao,Tang & Wang,1999) 凌源潜龙(凌源中国水生蜥)

Hyphalosaurus (Sinohydrosaurus) lingyuanensis (Gao,Tang & Wang,1999) 凌源潜龙(凌源中国水生蜥)

Hyphalosaurus (Sinohydrosaurus) lingyuanensis (Gao,Tang & Wang,1999) 凌源潜龙(凌源中国水生蜥)

Reference: OT13
Genus - Specie: Hyphalosaurus (Sinohydrosaurus) lingyuanensis (Gao,Tang & Wang,1999) 凌源潜龙(凌源中国水生蜥)
Description: fossil reptile, vertebrate, tetrapod
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Early Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Barremian(about 125 - 129 million years.)
Common name: submerged lizard, fossil reptile, vertebrate, pedrator
Comments: Extint. Phylum: Chordata, Class: Stem-Reptilia, Order: Choristodera, Family: Hyphalosauridae. Hyphalosaurus is a genus of freshwater lagoon aquatic reptiles that lived during the Lower Cretaceous. With an anatomy formed by long necks and tails with relatively small extremities, they had a great resemblance to small plesiosaurs. According to scientific studies of its abundant fossil remains, its habitat was exclusively in the deepest part of the lake environment, in the mud where they lived together with other organisms such as fish and crustaceans. Hyphalosaurus is the tetrapod (vertebrate with two pairs of extremities) most abundant in the Yixian Formation. Its highly flexible long neck and small flattened skull indicate that it was a hunter who captured small prey animals such as fish or arthropods, similar to modern aquatic predators with crushed skulls. Their fossils are often preserved together with Lycoptera (small fossil fish) that may have been part of their usual diet but surely it fed on soft organisms. Extinct specie, repaired plate, fossil specimen with restored parts , prepared by professionals in the quarry of origin, measures plate: 152 x 82 x 3 mm, measures box: 250 x 170 mm, measures reptile unwinding : 130 mm , weight: 90 grams, good quality , very nice specimen, presented in an exhibitor box . Scarce today outside China. Image -Reproduction by courtesy Nobu Tamura : spinops.blogspot.com, paleoexhibit.blogspot.com, Under Creative Commons license. It is delivered and shipped with a certificate of authenticity. Worldwhide Shipping .
Location: Yixian Formation(Yixian) Xixian Co., Liaoning, Region(China)
Price: 150 E

Acicardium acardo(DESHAYES,1838)

Acicardium acardo(DESHAYES,1838)

Acicardium acardo(DESHAYES,1838)

Acicardium acardo(DESHAYES,1838)

Reference: OT11
Genus - Specie: Acicardium acardo(DESHAYES,1838)
Description: fossil bivalve, mollusk
Period: Neogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Pleistocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: (about 2,5 – 5,3 million years approximately)
Common name: fossil bivalve, mollusk
Comments: completely natural , extint. Very well preserved, retains the mold (outer shell), unusual and rare, fossilization in Vivianite (Fe32 + (PO4) -8H20, extraordinary , also very sought after and collectable by mineral collectors who value the crystals of their internal structure, complete specimen, unbroken , no paint, no restoration, no glue, no repair, from old collection , measures : 65 x 48 x 50 mm , weight: 110 grms , excellent quality, unusual, stunning. It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate. Worldwhide Shipping..
Location: Kerch Peninsula-Kerchenskoe Deposits (Chernomorskly Mine)Eastern Crimea(Southern Ukraine).
Price: 50 E

Bison priscus(Ludwig Heinrich Bojanus,1827)

Bison priscus(Ludwig Heinrich Bojanus,1827)

Bison priscus(Ludwig Heinrich Bojanus,1827)

Bison priscus(Ludwig Heinrich Bojanus,1827)

Reference: OT8
Genus - Specie: Bison priscus(Ludwig Heinrich Bojanus,1827)
Description: horn, antler arctic bison
Period: Quaternary
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Middle–late Pleistocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: (About 100.000 years)
Common name: horn, antler arctic bison
Comments: steppe bison , Mammalia, Order: Artiodactyla, Family : Bovidae, Sub family: Bovinae , extinct specie, completely natural, unrestored, no repair, no paint, no composite, original fossil, measures horn: 405 x 140 mm ,measures stand: 250 x 106 x 130 mm ,weight horn : 1.320 grams, excellent quality, very nice specimen, supplied with wooden and metal support for exhibition. Image - restoration courtesy of Robert Pawlicki (https://en.wikipedia.org),Black and White Photo: Bojanus Ludwig Heinrich 1776-1827, German naturalist who gave his name. It is delivered and shipped with a certificate of authenticity. Worldwhide Shipping.
Location: Rhine gravel plains,(Darmstadt) Germany
Price: 199 E

Baicalia cf. burra (PREISS,1972)

Baicalia cf. burra (PREISS,1972)

Reference: OT7
Genus - Specie: Baicalia cf. burra (PREISS,1972)
Description: Fossil stromatolite
Period: Precambrian
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Late Pre-Cambrian (Cryogeni)
Era: Neo - Proterozoic
Age: 4.0 billion years (696-800 million years approx)
Common name: Fossil stromatolite
Comments: fossil stromatolite is virtually unknown in Tasmania but two isolated and inaccessible deposits are fossils with more seniority than can be found in Tasmania, cut and polished, natural, no restoration, no painting, natural color, dimensions: 109 x 80 x 10 mm, weight: 184 grams, rare, very interesting. Stromatolites are found in all geological time, composed of laminated and organo-sedimentary CaCO3 structures, their formation is due to the activity of microbial populations also called cyanobacteria, are the palpable evidence of the existence of the oldest living organisms known on earth as part of the most important fossil record of the oldest microbiological life on our planet, they are also the first forming reefs and prime oxygenators atmosphere, very sensitive to climate change, are also environmental paleoindicadores, these and other features make them very interesting, they reached their greatest abundance and diversity during the Proterozoic, Smithton Dolomite
Location: Julius Creek Member (Trowutta District) west of Tasmania (Australia)
Price: 49 E

Lopha travisana (STEPHENSON,1935)

Lopha travisana (STEPHENSON,1935)

Reference: OT3
Genus - Specie: Lopha travisana (STEPHENSON,1935)
Description: fossil bivalbo
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata:
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Santonian (Austin Chalk ) 85 million years approx
Common name: fossil bivalbo
Comments: natural, completely without restoration or repair, rare , excellent quality
Location: Texas (USA)
Price: 42 E

Lopha travisana (STEPHENSON,1935)

Lopha travisana (STEPHENSON,1935)

Reference: OT2
Genus - Specie: Lopha travisana (STEPHENSON,1935)
Description: fossil bivalbo
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata:
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Santonian (Austin Chalk ) 85 million years approx
Common name: fossil bivalbo
Comments: natural, completely without restoration or repair, rare , excellent quality
Location: Texas (USA)
Price: 42 E

Nicaisea Oyster

Nicaisea Oyster

Reference: OT1
Genus - Specie: Nicaisea Oyster
Description: fossil bivalbo
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata:
Era: Mesozoic
Age:
Common name: fossil bivalbo
Comments: natural, full , excellent quality, no restoration , dimensions: 80 x 70 x 33 mm
Location: South America
Price: 30 E

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