Russian Ammonite with Rainbow Pyrite taken effect in the internal chambers during the Fossilization process. Fully Pyritiferous Fossil Ammonite. Genus: Quenstedtoceras Ammonite sp Location: Volga River Formation, Russia Geologic Age: Jurassic Period
Sphenodiscus lenticularis, Fox Hills Formation, South Dakota. Late Cretaceous (~ 70 mya). Both sides of this handsome specimen display the extraordinarily intricate suture patterns that are characteristic of this species. Also evident is part of the beautifully iridescent nacreous layer. A laterally flattened ammonite, this animal is thought to have been a relatively fast swimmer.
Sold! One of the most exquisite Ammonite fossils I have ever seen [ I'm an idiot to be selling this specimen ] Gorgeous Display Specimen Polished Ammonite Fossil Clear Suture Pattern, RARE! Bids begin at only $94.00 - 65 million years old held in the palm of the hand. What a wondrous world we live in. God's glory!