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  1. Spider Web with insects - Hawes Quarry Colorado
    $100.00
    A possible accumulation of insects from a web caught in the freshwater lake. Age : Eocene (48 Ma) Formation : Parachute Creek Member / Green River Formation Locality : Hawes Quarry, Rio Blanco, Colorado plate : 4.5 x 4 in. Many of these insects are only partials and suggest that a spiders web was caught by the waters flow. Among the assortment of insect body parts you will find : Gnats Flies Beatles 2 Spiders Learn More
  2. Mass Insect Accumulation Cockroach, True Bug, Wasp + More on Branch with a Thorn - Hawes Quarry Colorado
    $200.00
    Branch with thorn and large accumulation of insects Age : Eocene (48 Ma) Formation : Parachute Creek Member / Green River Formation Locality : Hawes Quarry, Rio Blanco, Colorado plate : 4.5 x 4 in. Beside the thorny branch, these species are represented on this plate : Juvenile male cockroach with spotted wings Cricket True bug Wasp Gnats Biting Fly Bee? Learn More
  3. Polished Agate Fossil Pine Cone Equicalastrobus from Western Sahara
    $65.00
    Agatized (Chalcedony var. Quartz) Pine (Seed) Cone Equicalastrobus sp. Pineapple? Western Sahara, Africa Eocene Period - 56 to 34 million years old Pine Cone : 0.72 in polished face 1 inch = 2.54 cm Cut and polished by us to a mirror finish in order to expose the beautiful translucent agate and quartz inside! Fine details of the ancient fruit remain and were beautifully preserved in the agate, under a UV light these details really stand out. Learn More
  4. Polished Agate Fossil Pine Cone Equicalastrobus from Western Sahara
    $40.00
    Agatized (Chalcedony var. Quartz) Pine (Seed) Cone Equicalastrobus sp. Pineapple? Western Sahara, Africa Eocene Period - 56 to 34 million years old Pine Cone : 0.57 inches 1 inch = 2.54 cm Cut and polished by us to a mirror finish in order to expose the beautiful translucent agate and quartz inside! Fine details of the ancient fruit remain and were beautifully preserved in the agate, under a UV light these details really stand out. Learn More
  5. Great Knightia with Algae - 14 x 12.5 in.
    $225.00

    Knightia eocaena (Jordan, 1907)
    with Chondrides sp. (algae)

    Green River Formation - 50 Million years old
    Kemmerer, Wyoming, USA

    Knightia : 4.5 x 1.25 in.
    Chondrides : 12.5 in.
    (1 inch = 2.54 cm)

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  6. Infant stage Diplomystus Green River Fossil Fish Wyoming
    $35.00

    Diplomystus dentatus (Cope, 1877)

    Green River Formation - 50 Million years old
    Kemmerer, Wyoming, USA

    Diplomystus : 0.95 x 0.35 in.
    (1 inch = 2.54 cm)

    A large a well preserved Diplomystus with complete scales and a wonderfully rich deep color.

    This specimen was collected by us in July 2015, and painstakingly prepared.

    It is 100% as found and has no restoration, with our personal guarantee!

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  7. Amazing Diplomystus with Sumac Leaf - 19.25 x 14 in.
    $500.00

    Diplomystus dentatus (Cope, 1877)
    with Rhus nigricans (Sumac tree leaf)

    Green River Formation - 50 Million years old
    Kemmerer, Wyoming, USA

    Diplomystus : 6 x 1.75 in.
    Rhus Leaf : 5 x 0.6 in.
    (1 inch = 2.54 cm)

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  8. A+ Mioplosus with Knightia + Poplar Leaf - 14.4 x 9.5 in.
    $550.00
    Mioplosus labracoides (Cope, 1877) with Knightia eocaena (Jordan, 1907) & Populus wilmattae (Poplar Tree Leaf) Green River Formation - 50 Million years old Kemmerer, Wyoming, USA Amphiplaga : 5.25 x 1.25 in. Knightia : 4 x 1.25 in. Populus : 6.5 x 3.5 in. Plate : 14.6 x 9.5 in. (1 inch = 2.54 cm) Presented here is a prepared slab of shale from the ancient Fossil Lake of Wyoming, this is a museum quality Mioplosus labracoides, complete with scales, that is along side a Knightia (Herring) and a Poplar leaf. Mioplosus with such preserved details are almost never offered for sale, let alone with multiple associations such as this! Learn More
  9. Fossil Seed Fern from the Carboniferous Period Pennsylvania
    $30.00
    Llewellyn Formation 300 Ma - Pennsylvanian Period St. Clair, Pennsylvania, USA Slab : 21 x 14.5 cm (1 inch = 2.54 cm) Learn More
  10. Sumac Leaf Fossil Rhus nigricans from Hawes Quarry Colorado
    $55.00
    Rhus nigricans (Sumac) Age : Eocene (48 Ma) Formation : Parachute Creek Member / Green River Formation Locality : Hawes Quarry, Rio Blanco, Colorado Leaf : 3 x 0.7 cm Sumacs are shrubs and small trees that can reach a height of 3.3–32.8 ft. The leaves are spirally arranged; they are usually pinnately compound, though some species have trifoliate or simple leaves. The flowers are in dense panicles or spikes 2.0–11.8 in long, each flower very small, greenish, creamy white or red, with five petals. Sumacs propagate both by seed (spread by birds and other animals through their droppings), and by new shoots from rhizomes, forming large clonal colonies. Learn More

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