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Please page down to quickly go to Brachiopods, Gastropods, 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 August 26, 2007. 

Gastropods

Wonderful asymmetrical, spiral carbonate shells. Very attractive and highly collectable.

Item

Size Price Cat. No.

Comments

Fossils for Sale 1-3/4"

(1" W)

SOLD Y054

New

 Name: Athleta ficulina rarispina Lamarck

A large and ornate gastropod on natural matrix. Exceptional preservation.  Extra Photo.

Age: Miocene (Badenieu Fm.)

Location: Weitendorf, Austria

Fossils for Sale 1-3/4" $ 7.50 Y029 A large, beautiful Knobbed Whelk.

Name:  Busycon carica

Age: Pliocene (Yorktown Fm.)

Location: Aurora, N. Carolina

2"

(3/4" W)

SOLD Y051

New

 Name: Claratula asperulata Lamarck   plus Athleta ficulina rarispina Lamarck , Turrittella sp., and others. At least five species present!

A large and ornate gastropods on natural matrix. Exceptional preservation. An incredible natural display. Matrix size is 4" x 3.25".  Extra Photo.

Age: Miocene (Badenieu Fm.)

Location: Weitendorf, Austria

2-1/2"

SOLD Y022  A very large, early gastropod internal mold.

Name:  Tylostoma sp.

Age: Cretaceous

Location: Hays Co., Texas

3-1/4"

SOLD Y030 A large, beautiful Volute shell.

Name:  Volutifusus typus

Age: Pliocene (Yorktown Fm.)

Location: Aurora, N. Carolina

1-3/8"

SOLD Y031 A beautiful Conrad's Murex shell.

Name:  Pterorhytis conradi

Age: Pliocene (Yorktown Fm.)

Location: Aurora, N. Carolina

1-3/8"

SOLD Y032 A beautiful Drill snail shell.

Name:   Urosalpinx suffolkensis

Age: Pliocene (Yorktown Fm.)

Location: Aurora, N. Carolina

1-3/8"

SOLD Y033 A beautiful snail shell.

Name:   Epitonium fractum

Age: Pliocene (Yorktown Fm.)

Location: Aurora, N. Carolina

Pelecypods

The bivalve mollusks. Very attractive and highly collectable.

Item

Size Price Cat. No.

Comments

4"

$15 Y040  A very large, beautifully preserved, early pelecypod.

Name:  Exogyra sp.

Age: Cretaceous

Location: St. George, Delaware

2-1/2"

SOLD Y037  A large, wonderfully preserved, early pelecypod. Both valves preserved.

Name:  Venericardi densata

Age: Eocene

Location: Stone City Bluff, Texas

13/16"

SOLD Y038  A wonderfully preserved, early pelecypod.

Name:  Venericardi rotunda

Age: Eocene

Location: Stone City Bluff, Texas

7/8"

SOLD Y039  A wonderfully preserved, early pelecypod.

Name:  Anomia ephippioides

Age: Eocene

Location: Stone City Bluff, Texas

5"

SOLD Y041 A very large, beautifully preserved Pecten shell. Both valves present.

Name:   Chesapecten jeffersonius

Age: Pliocene (Yorktown Fm.)

Location: Aurora, N. Carolina

4"

SOLD Y042 A very large, beautifully preserved Pecten shell. Both valves present.

Name:   Placopecten clintonius

Age: Pliocene (Yorktown Fm.)

Location: Aurora, N. Carolina

1-1/16"

$ 3.50 Y034 A beautifully preserved shell.

Name:   Glycymeris sp.

Age: Pliocene (Yorktown Fm.)

Location: Aurora, N. Carolina

15/16"

$ 4.50 Y035 A beautifully preserved shell.

Name:   Venus sp.

Age: Pliocene (Yorktown Fm.)

Location: Aurora, N. Carolina

1-5/8"

SOLD Y036 A beautifully preserved oyster shell.

Name:   Conradostrea lawrencei

Age: Pliocene (Yorktown Fm.)

Location: Aurora, N. Carolina

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