This lovely multi bivalve specimen comes from the Isle of Sheppey. There are literally hundreds of shells preserved. Fossils from the Isle of Sheppey are sought after throughout the world and this will make a nice addition to any collection of either Sheppey fossils or for the shell collectors.
This is an amazing group of fossilised mussel shells which have been beautifully preserved in this large clump. You can just imagine the Jurassic seas 195 million years ago with these mussel shells attached to the rocks just as you would see in the modern day. What a fantastic comparison piece . Fossils Direct strive to bring the best and most interesting fossils and we would highly recommend this specimen.
Preserved matrix free, is this fine example of a Jurassic Bivalve. The specimen was collected many years ago from the brick pit at Blockley. Unfortunately, collecting from this location is now prohibited. A good drawer specimen.