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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.

 

Ammoniten - Madagaskar - Cleoniceras (Grycia) cf. besairiei COLLIGNON 1949
Ammoniten - Madagaskar - Cleoniceras (Grycia) cf. besairiei COLLIGNON 1949
Ammoniten - Madagaskar - Halbe - Cleoniceras (Grycia) besairiei COLLIGNON 1949
Ammoniten - Madagaskar - Halbe - Cleoniceras (Grycia) besairiei COLLIGNON 1949

 

New fossils added:

 

19.03.2018     Polished Ammonites from Madagascar
18.03.2018     Cut and polished Ammonites from Madagascar
31.01.2018     Brachiopods from Devonian Age of Poland
16.01.2018     Different fossils leaves from Miocene Age of Germany
02.01.2018     Top heteromorph Ammonite from Madagascar
01.01.2018     Rare fossils tracks from Coconino-sandstone, USA
01.01.2018     Ullmannia from Permian Age of Germany
29.12.2017     Glossopteris from Permian Age of Australia
28.12.2017     Nice and rare Fossils from different sites
27.12.2017     Craspedites from Russia
27.12.2017     Sea urchins from middle Jurassic of France
26.12.2017     Different Trilobites from USA
06.11.2017     Top Devonian Fishes from Scotland
09.10.2017     Rare Encrinus lilliformis from Germany
06.10.2017     Athleta from Miocene of Austria
03.10.2017     Natural Ammonits from Madagascar

 

Ammoniten - Madagaskar - Halbe - Cleoniceras (Grycia) besairiei COLLIGNON 1949
Ammoniten - Madagaskar - Halbe - Cleoniceras (Grycia) besairiei COLLIGNON 1949
Sonstige - Brachiopoden - Eleutherokomma (Mucrospirifer) diluvianoides (BIERNAT 1966)
Sonstige - Brachiopoden - Eleutherokomma (Mucrospirifer) diluvianoides (BIERNAT 1966)

 

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.