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Take your time to discover a special part of nature, and browse through our specimens. We have fossils from Solnhofen, in addition to Ammonites, Trilobites and more selected fossils from nearly all earth-ages. Every fossil is unique and therefore one of a kind. Each one has been expertly identified by our staff. Our return policy is 14 days from day of purchase.


Sonstige - Pflanzen - Fruchtstand indet. & Daphnogene polymorpha ETTINGSHAUSEN 1851
Sonstige - Pflanzen - Daphnogene polymorpha ETTINGSHAUSEN 1851
Sonstige - Pflanzen - Pappelblatt (Populus balsamoides GOEPPERT)
Sonstige - Pflanzen - Daphnogene polymorpha ETTINGSHAUSEN 1851


New fossils added:


18.02.2020     Nice Leaves from Miocene plants of Bavaria
06.02.2020     Rare Fishes from Triassic Age of Austria
23.01.2020     Fine Cretaceous Ammonites from Madagascar
12.01.2020     Psiloceras from lower Jurassic of England
28.12.2019     Mixed Snails from different countys
24.12.2019     Corals from USA and Germany
24.12.2019     Nice Sea urchin from France
19.12.2019     Different Shells from USA and France
01.12.2019     Fishes from German limestone
30.11.2019     Nice Jurassic Tharsis from Painten, Bavaria, Germany
26.11.2019     Brachiopods & Palmferns from upper Jurassic limestone, Germany
24.11.2019     Rare Sponge & Worm from German limestone
18.11.2019     Fine Shark-teeth from Miocene Age of Florida/USA
16.11.2019     Nice Salix leave on flintstone, Germany
12.11.2019     water chestnut (Hemitrapa) from Miocene of Germany
06.11.2019     Top Miocene snails on matrix from Austria


Sonstige - Pflanzen - Daphnogene polymorpha ETTINGSHAUSEN 1851
Sonstige - Pflanzen - Daphnogene polymorpha ETTINGSHAUSEN 1851
Sonstige - Divers - Pholidophorus cf. latiusculus AGASSIZ 1832
Ammoniten - Madagaskar - Cleoniceras (Grycia) cf. besairiei COLLIGNON 1949


Fossils are the remains of long gone animals and plants. Formerly they were also called "petrefacts", but no one use this term anymore. The word "fossil" comes from the Latin word fossils, which could be translated as "dig out" or "excavate".

Beside the importance to science fossils are popular by collectors as well as by laymen. Every fossils is a one-of-a-kind piece of nature and therefore unique. Fossils, like a polished ammonite, a cut belemnite or a trilobite are also just stunning to look at. Some people also believe that fossils have some esoteric power, but there is no scientific evidence for this.