From the Sea

Megalodon

TOOTH

Megalodon (Carcharocles megalodon), meaning "big tooth", is an extinct species of shark that lived approximately 23 to 3.6 million years ago. 4.5 inch tooth in frame.  Early Miocene USA

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Megalodon

TOOTH

megalodon, a compound of Greek root words, means “giant tooth. 5.25 inch tooth small serrations and a small piece of in fill on the bottom of one side

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Megalodon

VERTS

3 Meg verts in matrix, 2 of the verts are 3.25 inches in diameter with the third smaller at 2.25inch

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Fish

FISH

Fish with weed or stick, Green river USA 5 inch fish

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Tylocidaris clavigera

ECHINOID

Echinoid with spines. Tylocidaris clavigera (6 inches across at the longest point)

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Otodus Shark

TEETH

Block of 9 teeth (Eocene)

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Coccodus insignis

FISH

Pycnodont group fish Coccodus insignis.
A unique Cretaceous–Paleogene lineage of piranha-jawed pycnodont fishes (7 inches long)

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Diplomystus Dentstus

FISH

Diplomystus Dentstus 5 inch fish USA. A Diplomystus dentatus fish, Green River Formation, Wyoming, USA.
The fossil is 50 million years old, from the Eocene.

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Priscacara Lops

FISH

Priscacara Lops ("primitive head")4.5 inch fish Green river USA. Priscacara It is an extinct genus of perch from the Eocene

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Priscacara Serrata

FISH

Priscacara Serrata, Green river USA

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Knightia

FISH

Knightia is an extinct genus of clupeid bony fish that lived in the freshwater lakes and rivers of North America and Asia during the Eocene epoch

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Clypeasteroida

ECHINOID

The term sand dollar refers to species of extremely flattened, burrowing sea urchins belonging to the order Clypeasteroida. Some species within the order, not quite as flat, are known as sea biscuits. Sand dollars can also be called "sand cakes" or "cake urchins". (Palaeocene 50 mya)

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Crinoid

CRINOID

Nice Crinoid block with a sea lilly on from Morocco

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Goniatite

GONIATITE

Large polished Goniatite block Morocco, Goniatids, informally goniatites, are ammonoid cephalopods that form the order Goniatitida, derived from the more primitive Agoniatitida during the Middle Devonian some 390 million years ago. 10 Goniatites on a block (was in two parts stuck back together).

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Ammonite

AMMONITE

Ammonite Mammites nodosides, Mammites is a Late Cretaceous (Cenomanian to Turonian) ammonite genus included in the acanthoceratoidean family

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Ammonite

AMMONITE

Large clean double sided ammonite

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Cymatoceras Elegans

NAUTILUS

7.5 inches Nautilus Cymatoceras Elegans (J.Sowerby) dug out of a chalk boulder at St Catherins IOW, partly in chalk matrix still, Cretaceous

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Dunkleosteus

TOOTH

13.5 inch Dunkleosteus Tooth.  Dunkleosteus was one of the largest armoured fish (fish with a bony protective covering). It was as big as an elephant. Devonian 358-382 million years (Morocco)

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Paradoxide Trilobite

TRILOBITE

Very rare Paradoxide trilobite this is a large. Paradoxides is a genus of large to very large trilobites found throughout the world during the Mid Cambrian period this very high quality one is 12 inches long)

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Crinoid

CRINOID

17.5 inch Crinoid block, great quality and two full cridoid bulbs open Cambrian 380 mya

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Ammonite

AMMONITE

17.5 inch circumference Ammonite large white

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Australiceras Heteromorph

AMMONITE

Large black ammonite 14 inch Australiceras Heteromorph. Great local find. Walpen Chale bay Isle of Wight UK

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Acrioceras Tabarelli

HETEROMORPH AMMONITE

19.5 inches saxaphone like Heteromorph ammonite Acrioceras Tabarelli. Barremian, Immouzer, Morocco

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Ammonite

AMMONITE

11 inches chalk ammonite, Sandown, culver IOW

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Ordovician

TRILOBITE

This classic trilobite species from the British Ordovician is large, thick skinned, exquisitely preserved. It is aesthetically layed out on a large heavy plate. It is a pos./neg. specimen. The negative equally impressive, on a thick solid plate. 1 inch long.  Llandrindod Wells, Powys, Wales, UK

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Crab

CRAB

Crab in noodle both poss and negative

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Trilobite Homalonoths & Selenopeltis

TRILOBITE

Large block with two rare trilobites in the matrix, perfect condition one 6.5 inches and t he other 7 inches. Morocco

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Cambropallas

TRILOBITE

Clean large Trilobite 21 CMs this is a positive and negative together. Morocco

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Droptops

TRILOBITE

Droptops 5 inch long sitting on its matrix. Devonian

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Ammonite

AMMONITE

Matched cut and polished pair Ammonite. Morocco 65mya

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Pipe fish

PIPE FISH

Pipe fish set in limestone. Morrocco

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Mecochirus Longimanatus

LOBSTER

Mecochirus Longimanatus set in a limestone block. Jurassic 2011-145mya

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Mioplosus

FISH

Mioplosus is an extinct genus of percid fish that lived from the early to middle Eocene. 14 inches long

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Diplomystus

FISH

16 inches long Diplomystus is an extinct genus of freshwater clupeomorph fish distantly related to modern-day extant herrings

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Ammonite

AMMONITE

Ammonoids are a group of extinct marine mollusc animals in the subclass Ammonoidea of the class Cephalopoda. These molluscs, commonly referred to as ammonites, are more closely related to living coleoids (i.e., octopusessquid and cuttlefish)

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Ammonite

AMMONITE

Ammonoids are a group of extinct marine mollusc animals in the subclass Ammonoidea of the class Cephalopoda. These molluscs, commonly referred to as ammonites, are more closely related to living coleoids (i.e., octopusessquid and cuttlefish)

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Ammonite

AMMONITE

Ammonoids are a group of extinct marine mollusc animals in the subclass Ammonoidea of the class Cephalopoda. These molluscs, commonly referred to as ammonites, are more closely related to living coleoids (i.e., octopusessquid and cuttlefish)

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Ammonite

AMMONITE

Ammonoids are a group of extinct marine mollusc animals in the subclass Ammonoidea of the class Cephalopoda. These molluscs, commonly referred to as ammonites, are more closely related to living coleoids (i.e., octopusessquid and cuttlefish)

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Ammonite

AMMONITE

Ammonoids are a group of extinct marine mollusc animals in the subclass Ammonoidea of the class Cephalopoda. These molluscs, commonly referred to as ammonites, are more closely related to living coleoids (i.e., octopusessquid and cuttlefish)

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Ammonite

AMMONITE

West Wight find IOW

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Ammonite

AMMONITE

Ammonoids are a group of extinct marine mollusc animals in the subclass Ammonoidea of the class Cephalopoda. These molluscs, commonly referred to as ammonites, are more closely related to living coleoids (i.e., octopusessquid and cuttlefish)

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Ammonite

AMMONITE

Ammonoids are a group of extinct marine mollusc animals in the subclass Ammonoidea of the class Cephalopoda. These molluscs, commonly referred to as ammonites, are more closely related to living coleoids (i.e., octopusessquid and cuttlefish)

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Ammonite

AMMONITE

Ammonoids are a group of extinct marine mollusc animals in the subclass Ammonoidea of the class Cephalopoda. These molluscs, commonly referred to as ammonites, are more closely related to living coleoids (i.e., octopusessquid and cuttlefish)

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Ammonite

AMMONITE

Ammonoids are a group of extinct marine mollusc animals in the subclass Ammonoidea of the class Cephalopoda. These molluscs, commonly referred to as ammonites, are more closely related to living coleoids (i.e., octopusessquid and cuttlefish)

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Goniatide

AMMONITE

Goniatids, informally goniatites, are ammonoid cephalopods that form the order Goniatitida, derived from the more primitive Agoniatitida during the Middle Devonian some 390 million years ago 

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Myopsolenites boutiouiti sp

TRILOBITE

  Myopsolenites boutiouiti sp Trilobite ( Cambrian 517mya)

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Shrimp Carpopenaeus 

SHRIMP

Shrimp Carpopenaeus (Lebanon)

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Shrimp Carpopenaeus

SHRIMP

Shrimp Carpopenaeus (Lebanon)

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Atherfield crab

CRAB

Atherfield crab IOW Cretaceous

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Atherfield lobster

LOBSTER

Atherfield lobster IOW

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Cyphaspis

TRILOBITE

Trilobite Cyphaspis (devil horn) Devonian

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Gerastos sp

TRILOBITE

Gerastos sp Blind Trilobite

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Trilobite

TRILOBITE

Trilobites ( meaning "three lobes") are a group of extinct marine arthropods that form the class Trilobita. Trilobites form one of the earliest-known groups of arthropods. The first appearance of trilobites in the fossil record defines the base of the Atdabanian stage of the Early Cambrian period (521 million years ago), and they flourished throughout the lower Paleozoic before slipping into a long decline, when, during the Devonian, all trilobite orders except the Proetida died out. The last extant trilobites finally disappeared in the mass extinction at the end of the Permian about 252 million years ago. Trilobites were among the most successful of all early animals, existing in oceans for almost 270 million years, with over 20,000 species having been described.

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Trilobite

TRILOBITE

Trilobites ( meaning "three lobes") are a group of extinct marine arthropods that form the class Trilobita. Trilobites form one of the earliest-known groups of arthropods. The first appearance of trilobites in the fossil record defines the base of the Atdabanian stage of the Early Cambrian period (521 million years ago)

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Ecrinesomus dixoni

FISH

The echrinesome ( Ecrinesomus dixoni ) is an extinct bone fish belonging to the platisomoids . He lived in the Lower Triassic (around 250 - 248 million years ago) and his fossil remains have been found in Madagascar .

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Othoceras

OTHOCERAS

Othoceras tower Devonian Morocco

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Echinoid

ECHINOID

Echinoid from flint Bouldnor IOW

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Lobster

LOBSTER

Lobster Atherfield IOW

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Othoceras

OTHOCERAS

The fossils commonly known as orthoceras are extinct "straight" cephalopods that lived during the Upper Devonian period around 370 million years ago. Like other cephalopods they lived inside of their shell, had tentacles they could use to grab food and used jet propulsion, squirting water to move

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Phacops Rana

TRILOBITE

Trilobite Phacops Rana Africana

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Belemnite

BELEMNITE

Belemnite  Carnian–Maastrichtian

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Echinoid

ECHINOID

Sand Dollar

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Fish

FISH

The Green River Formation of Wyoming produces some of the best preserved and most abundant fossil fish in the world. There are several operating commercial quarries in the area around Kemmerer, Wyoming producing these amazing Eocene aged (45-50 MYA) fish fossils.

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Fish

AMPHIPLAGA BRACHYPTERA

Amphiplaga Brachyptera. Green river Wyoming USA

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Fish

FISH

 Kemmerer, Wyoming 

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Fish

FISH

 Kemmerer, Wyoming 

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Fish

FISH

 Kemmerer, Wyoming 

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Fish

FISH

 Kemmerer, Wyoming 

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Fish

FISH

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Fish

FISH

 Kemmerer, Wyoming 

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Leptoid

FISH

Leptoid (bony-ridge) scales are found on higher-order bony fish, the teleosts (the more derived clade of ray-finned fishes).

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Hybodont

SHARK SPINE

Hybodont Shark Spine 9 cms long

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Enchodus

TOOTH

Enchodus species were small to medium in size. One of the genus' most notable attributes are the large "fangs" at the front of the upper and lower jaws

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 Fish

FISH PALLET

Fish pallet Yaverland IOW

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Trilobite

TRILOBITE

Trilobite (Moroccan) 380 mya

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Trilobite

TRILOBITE

Trilobite

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Trilobite

TRILOBITE

Trilobite

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Trilobite

TRILOBITE

Trilobite

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Trilobite

TRILOBITE

Trilobite

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Drotops megalomanicus

TRILOBITE

Drotops megalomanicus Trilobites Order Phacopida, Family Phacopidae Geological Time: Middle Devonian  Djebel Issimour, Alnif, Morocco Perfect item measuring 7 inches

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Stromatolites

STROMATOLITES

Stromatolites are layered bio-chemical accretionary structures [algea] formed in shallow water by the trapping, binding and cementation of sedimentary grains by biofilms of micro-organisms. 2.3 Billion years

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 Acrioceras Tabarelli 

HETEROMORPH

9.5 inches saxaphone like Heteromorph ammonite Acrioceras Tabarelli (26 inch right round). Barremian, Immouzer, Morocco

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Paraelops Silva Santos

FISH

21.5 x 7.5 inches Brazilian Fish. Paraelops Silva Santos Suborder: Albuloidei This nicely detailed specimen is from the Santana formation in North East Brazil, and dates to the Cretaceous Period 108 to 92 million years ago in a shallow inland sea. Some repair made

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Coprolite

SHARK COPROLITE

Shark Coprolite (Glasgow)

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Nileid trilobite Symphysurus sp

TRILOBITE

The nileid trilobite Symphysurus sp.
This amazing mortality assembly is a positive and negative where these incredible animals were trapped by a mud slide some 450 million years ago. Origin Fezouata shale, Zamora, Atlas Morocco
The matrix is 18 inches long and 14 inches wide

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