From the "Dinosaur Island" is this piece of fossilised wood with a fish scale preserved on the rim of the specimen. The wood has been ground gem smooth and a polish applied to reveal the internal features of this piece of cretaceous wood. Just think, a Dinosaur might have eaten some of the leaves from this very specimen!!
This specimen was collected in the late 1950's and is from an unusual inland location. This is a very large vertebra from what would have been a very large Ichthyosaur. The vertebra is matrix free and will make a lovely addition to any collection.
This specimen was collected over 50 years ago from this classic, world famous location. The fish has been excellently preserved on a lovely piece of hard marl shale. The definition throughout the specimen is exceptional especially the lung fish's 'lobes'. This is a fine specimen and would grace any collection.
Devonian, Eifelanian/Givetian, Achanarras Limestone member
This classic Scottish fish is a typical representative of the Arthrodiriformes family. The head of this fish consists of bony plates which act as armour. These fish could grow up to approximately 40cm in length. This specimen has been very nicely preserved on a cut slab of hard marlstone is almost complete. This specimen comes from an old collection and will make an important addition to any collection.