Museum Labeceras Heteromorph Ammonites from Walsh River

Labeceras sp

Phylum Mollusca, Class Cephalopoda

Geological Time: Early Cretaceous

Size: The primary heteromorph ammonite is 2 1/16” and the secondary specimen is 1 ¾” on a half nodule. The third partial specimen is 3/8”

Fossil Site: Blackdown Formation, Walsh River, Wrotham Park, Queensland, Australia

Fossil Code: PFA388

Price: Sold

Labeceras Heteromorph AmmonitesDescription: An excellent multiple display example of this classic Australian uncoiled ammonite. The specimens retain much of their calcite exoskeleton. Uncoiled ammonites are perhaps one of the most aesthetically pleasing of all cephalopods. These ammonites have been hard to acquire during the last few years. If you are desiring one of these for your collection, don’t hesitate; this is the only complete one I have to offer.

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