*1.2KG 2.6 LBS* 18cm 7inches Split Ammonite Pair

  • $ 700.00


Up for sale is a beautifully preserved, large ammonite that has been split in half. It originates from Madagascar and is approximately 100 to 113 million years old, which was during the Albian stage of the Cretaceous period. The intricate chambers have been crystallised and are very clearly defined. Ammonites that are this well preserved and large are very rare . These two specimens come with two beautiful wooden stands; a truly breathtaking display piece. This would make a great addition to a fossil collection and would be a unique gift.

This fossil is 100% genuine with no damage or any kind of restoration, except for polishing.

Specifications:

Genus: Cleoniceras

Length: 176.16mm (6.935”)

Height: 146.61mm (5.772”)

Weight: 1173 grams (2.586 lbs.)

Location: Madagascar, Southeast Africa

Age: 100 to 113 million years old

Ammonites are an extinct group of molluscs and are related to the modern octopus and squid, their closest relative being the nautilus. They appeared during the Devonian period (400 million years ago) of the Palaeozoic Era and died out during the Cretaceous-Palaeogene extinction (65 million years ago). These hardy Cephalopods were widely dispersed all over the world and very successful. Ammonites made great index fossils as they evolved very quickly and there were so many of them.

Length: 176.16mm (6.935”)

Height: 146.61mm (5.772”)

Weight: 1173 grams (2.586 lbs.)

Species/Genus: Cleoniceras

Location: Madagascar, Southeast Africa

Geological era: Mesozoic

Period: Cretaceous

Stage: Albian

Age (MYA): 100 to 113 Million Years Ago

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