Ammonites product listing
Beautiful, unpolished ammonite showing its natural iridescence. 110 million years old from Madagascar.
A nice ammonite from Charente in France, around 160 million years old. A mixture of species.
Dactylioceras, a Jurassic ammonite from near Whitby in Yorkshire, England.
Group of Dactylioceras ammonites from Schlaiffhausen in Germany, 165 million years old.
Dactylioceras nodule, an ammonite from the Jurassic of Yorkshire, England.
A cut and polished ammonite half from Ilminster in Somerset, England. These are around 165 million years old.
Cymatoceras sakalavus, a nautilus from Majunga in Madagascar, 110 million years old.
Ammonite from Niort, Deux-Sèvres in France, 160 million years old.
The chambered, conical shell of an orthocone nautiloid.
Perisphinctes, a well-preserved, clean ammonite from Tulear in Madagascar, 150 million years old.
Pyritised ammonite, Pleuroceras, from Nuremburg, Germany. About 185 million years old.
An ammonite from Majunga in Madagascar which has been polished to show the intricate suture patterns. These are Cretaceous, around 110 million years old.
Promicroceras planicosta, a nice little ammonite from Dorset on the South coast of England, 190 million years old.
Psiloceras planorbis, a Jurassic ammonite on grey limestone from the Dorset coast, near Lyme Regis.
Pyritised ammonite, mostly Cheltonia, from Gloucestershire in England and 190 million years old.
An ammonite, cut in half and with the cut surfaces polished. They are from Majunga, in Madagascar, and 110 million years old.