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  1. New Miocene Crab Fossil Portunus pankowskiorum - California
    $250.00
    Portunus pankowskiorum (Schweitzer & Feldmann, 2015) Monterey Shale Santa Barbara county, California, USA Miocene Period (16-13 Million Years Old) Crab : 2.57 x 1.49 inches Matrix : 5.73 x 4.26 inches 1 inch = 2.54 cm A very uncommon crab from the classic quarry locality written about in the 2015 publication, Antolini & Sons Quarry. This specimen came from a very old collection. The specimen is as it came to me, with a break across the top that was repaired long ago. Often times when these are found you need to excavate the remaining half from the split shale. Learn More
  2. Pea Crab Fossil P. miocenica - California
    $25.00
    Parapinnixa miocenica (Rathbun, 1932) Monterey Shale San Luis Obispo county, California, USA Miocene Period (8 Million Years Old) Crab : 1.20 x 1.09 (carapace) inches Matrix : 1.37 x 1.16 inches 1 inch = 2.54 cm A nice pea crab we collected, then prepared in order to expose as many of the claws and legs as possible! Both positive and negative sides of the split shale are included. P. miocenica is known for a very elongated, oval body. Learn More
  3. Split Pea Crab Fossil P. montereyensis - California
    $40.00
    Pinnixa montereyensis (Rathbun, 1932) Monterey Shale San Luis Obispo county, California, USA Miocene Period (8 Million Years Old) Crab : 1.06 x 0.46 inches Matrix : 2.32 x 2.13 inches 1 inch = 2.54 cm A nice pea crab we collected, then prepared in order to expose the claws and as many legs as possible! Included are both sides of the split shale, positive and negative. P. montereyensis is known for a very large body form and longer legs than the other two Pinnixa type crabs found in the locality. Learn More
  4. Double Sided Pea Crab Fossil P. montereyensis + galliheri - California
    $45.00
    Pinnixa montereyensis (Rathbun, 1932) Pinnixa galliheri (Rathbun, 1932) Monterey Shale San Luis Obispo county, California, USA Miocene Period (8 Million Years Old) Crab 1: 1.56 x 0.42 inches Crab 2: 0.71 x 0.25 inches Matrix : 2.30 x 1.46 inches 1 inch = 2.54 cm A unique double sided pea crab we collected, then prepared in order to expose the claws and as many legs as possible! P. galliheri is known for a very round, pea body, while the larger, P. montereyensis, is known for longer legs and broader body form. Learn More
  5. Pea Crab Fossil P. montereyensis - California
    $35.00
    Pinnixa montereyensis (Rathbun, 1932) Monterey Shale San Luis Obispo county, California, USA Miocene Period (8 Million Years Old) Crab : 0.87 x 0.38 inches Matrix : 1.2 x 1.97 inches 1 inch = 2.54 cm A nice pea crab we collected, then prepared in order to expose the claws and as many legs as possible! Check out those snappers! P. montereyensis is known for a very large body form and longer legs than the other two Pinnixa type crabs found in the locality. Learn More
  6. Pea Crab Fossil P. galliheri - California
    $25.00
    Pinnixa galliheri (Rathbun, 1932) Monterey Shale San Luis Obispo county, California, USA Miocene Period (8 Million Years Old) Crab : 1.14 x 0.43 inches Matrix : 1.46 x 1.05 inches 1 inch = 2.54 cm A nice pea crab we collected, then prepared in order to expose the claws and as many legs as possible! Check out those snappers! P. galliheri is known for a very round, pea body. Learn More
  7. Pea Crab Fossil P. galliheri - California
    $20.00
    Pinnixa galliheri (Rathbun, 1932) Monterey Shale San Luis Obispo county, California, USA Miocene Period (8 Million Years Old) Crab : 0.83 x 0.36 (carapace) inches Matrix : 1.35 x 0.98 inches 1 inch = 2.54 cm A nice pea crab we collected, then prepared in order to expose as many of the claws and legs as possible! P. galliheri is known for a very round, pea body. Learn More
  8. Orange Pea Crab Fossil P. miocenica - California
    $15.00
    Parapinnixa miocenica (Rathbun, 1932) Monterey Shale San Luis Obispo county, California, USA Miocene Period (8 Million Years Old) Crab : 1.09 x 0.25 (carapace) inches Matrix : 1.08 x 2.25 inches 1 inch = 2.54 cm A nice pea crab we collected, then prepared in order to expose as many of the claws and legs as possible! P. miocenica is known for a very elongated, oval body. Learn More
  9. Pea Crab Fossil P. miocenica - California
    $25.00
    Parapinnixa miocenica (Rathbun, 1932) Monterey Shale San Luis Obispo county, California, USA Miocene Period (8 Million Years Old) Crab : 0.92 x 0.27 (carapace) inches Matrix : 1.21 x 2.19 inches 1 inch = 2.54 cm A nice pea crab we collected, then prepared in order to expose as many of the claws and legs as possible! P. miocenica is known for a very elongated, oval body. Learn More
  10. Pea Crab Fossil Pinnixa - California
    $15.00
    Pinnixa galliheri (Rathbun, 1932) Monterey Shale San Luis Obispo county, California, USA Miocene Period (8 Million Years Old) Crab : 1.07 x 0.35 (carapace) inches Matrix : 1.08 x 2.22 inches 1 inch = 2.54 cm A nice pea crab we collected, then prepared in order to expose as many of the claws and legs as possible! P. galliheri is known for a very round, "pea"-like body. Learn More

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