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Devonian Silica Fm. Fossil Shells available - 

Please page down to quickly go to Devonian Silica Fm.  Brachiopods and Pelecypods (below) or click on the Scientific Name to go to the other catalogs. 

Scientific Name

Common Name

 Ammonites  Chambered Nautilus relative
 Brachiopods  
 Coprolites  Reptile / Mammal feces
 Fish
 Gastropods  Snails
 Gastropods - Stone City Bluff (Eocene)  Snails
 Pelecypods  Bivalve mollusks
 Silica Fm. Shells (Devonian)  Brachiopods and bivalve mollusks
 Trilobites

 Click on photos to enlarge. Catalog updated on September 20, 2011

Location: The Silica Shale Fm. is well known for exquisitely preserved Devonian specimens. Preservation is outstanding. Specimens found in the Silica Shale Fm. are typically replaced with silica or pyrite. Location is near Sylvania, Ohio.

Brachiopods

The very unique, symmetrical shells with very dissimilar valves. Very attractive and highly collectable.

Item

Size Price Cat. No.

Comments

Fossil Fish for Sale 2-3/8" $45 Y001

New

 An EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE pyrite replaced brachiopod on Silica shale matrix. Both valves present. Complete specimen. More than 1-1/2" thick! A gorgeous display piece!

Name:  Paraspirifer bownockeri

Age: Devonian (395 mya)

Location: Sylvania, Ohio

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Fossil Fish for Sale ~2" $40 Y002

New

 An EXTRA LARGE pyrite replaced brachiopod on Silica shale matrix. Both valves present. Complete specimen. A gorgeous display piece!

Name:  Paraspirifer bownockeri

Age: Devonian (395 mya)

Location: Sylvania, Ohio

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2-1/8"

Slab size = ~2.5"

$65 Y008  A pair of EXTRA LARGE pyrite replaced brachiopods on Silica shale matrix. Both valves present. Complete specimen. A gorgeous display piece!

Name:  Mediospirifer audaculus

Age: Devonian (395 mya)

Location: Sylvania, Ohio

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15/16"

SOLD Y011  A beautiful brachiopod replaced with pyrite. Both valves present.

Name:  Fimbrispirifer divaricata

Age: Devonian (395 mya)

Location: Sylvania, Ohio

1-1/2" $ 7.50 Y014  A large, gorgeous brachiopod replaced with silica.

Name:  Strophodonta demissa

Age: Devonian (395 mya)

Location: Sylvania, Ohio

2-5/8" W x 1-5/8" H

(matrix)

$ 5 Y018  A large, gorgeous brachiopod replaced with silica.

Name:  Strophodonta demissa

Age: Devonian (395 mya)

Location: Sylvania, Ohio

1-7/16" $ 10 Y015
A large, gorgeous brachiopod replaced with pyrite. Both valves present.

Name:  Atrypa elegans

Age: Devonian (395 mya)

Location: Sylvania, Ohio

11/16"

$7.50 Y016b  A gorgeous brachiopod replaced with silica. Both valves present.

Name:  Atrypa devoniana

Age: Devonian (395 mya)

Location: Sylvania, Ohio

Pelecypods

The bivalve mollusks. Very attractive and highly collectable.

Item

Size Price Cat. No.

Comments

2-3/4" W x 1-5/8" H

(matrix)

$ 7.50 Y017  A large pelecypod.

Name:  Cornellites flabellata

Age: Devonian

Location: Sylvania, Ohio

3/4" W x 1-1/8" H

$ 3.50 Y019  An unusual tubular coral cluster replaced by silica.

Name:  Aulopora sp.

Age: Devonian

Location: Sylvania, Ohio

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