Promicorceras precompressum is the largest of the Promicroceras family. Here we have a large adult and a juvenile shell on the same piece of matrix. The quality is very good and all three ammonites have been preserved in solid calcite. Approximately 200 million years old.
This super fossil exhibits a fragment of three dimensional wood from the ancient monkey puzzle tree and a juvenile Asteroceras preserved in solid pale yellow calcite. Ammonites and wood are always an aesthetic combination and is approximately 200 million years old.
A lovely example of a solid pale yellow calcite ammonite which lies alongside a fragment of fossil wood which belongs to the ancient Monkey Puzzle tree. The specimen is level at the base for upright display and is approximately 200 million years old.