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Click to enlarge   Name Pseudopecten equivalvis
  ref SP1059
  The Frodingham Ironstone of Scunthorpe is world famous for its amazing ammonites. However, there are other faunas to be found which are often overlooked. This is a fine "Scallop" shell, which has hardly changed over millions of years. This is a great and aesthetic display specimen on a chunky piece of matrix.
  Age Jurassic, Lower Lias, Obtusum Zone
  Size Size of shell 80mm x 75mm
  location Scunthorpe, UK
 
  price £ 24.95
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Balanus concavus (Large Barnacle)
  ref SP1058
  This is a fine and totally matrix free example of a very large Barnacle shell. If you compare the size of this to the ones found round the British coastline, it is huge. A great example,one for the shell collector.
  Age Pliocene, coralline crag
  Size Size of specimen 60mm x 50mm
  location Orford Castle, Suffolk, UK
 
  price £ 24.95
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Symmetrocapulus tessoni (Rare Limpet)
  ref SP1056
  Everyone who is familiar with the British Mesozoic fossil publication by the British Museum will know this well known Limpet Shell. These shells come from quarries around Minchinhampton, which are now sadly filled in. This specimen from a Victorian collection, is indeed quite rare and highly sought after. One for the serious shell collector.
  Stage
  horizon
  Size Size of shell 16mm x 14mm
  location Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire
 
  price £ 26.50
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Terebrirostra arduennensis
  ref SP1055
  This strange looking Brachiopod is of a now extinct genus. The specimen has been preserved matrix free, which indeed is rare. This is a fine and very unusual specimen. Ideal for the shell collector. An article was written in National Geographic magazine approximately six years ago about this species.
  Age Cretaceous, Lower Greensand
  Size Length of shell 28mm
  location Shenley, Bedfordshire
 
  price £ 16.95
   
 
 
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