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Click to enlarge   Name Cyclus cf. johnsoni
  ref ARTH126
  This specimen was collected at the turn of the last century and is from an old collection. This is the classic site which is figured in many texts for this early example of this primitive arthropod.Preserved on one half of a hard ironstone split nodule, the specimen shows fine detail under magnification. This is a very rare example. Specimens such as these do not become available for sale very often.
  Age Carboniferous, Westphalian
  Size Size of Cyclus 18mm x 18mm
  location Coseley, Staffordshire, UK
 
  price £ 85.00
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Tealiocaris robusta
  ref ARTH142
  Collected in the 1980's, this very rare and very sought after fossil Shrimp has been exquisitely preserved on a squared block of oil shale. Examples of this quality seldom appear on the open market.
  Age Carboniferous, Namurian
  Size Length of Shrimp 30mm
  location Glasgow, Scotland, UK
 
  price £ 72.50
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Hoploparia gammaroides (Lobster)
  ref ARTH135
  This is a wonderfully preserved Eocene lobster. The lobster exhibits fine detail and has its legs and claws preserved. Specimens of this completeness are becoming rare and this is a lovely fine specimen.
  Age Eocene, London Clay
  Size Size of Nodule 75mm x 45mm
  location Tankerton, Kent, UK
 
  price £ 57.50
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Errettopterus bilobus & Slimonia acuminate
  ref ARTH313
  This specimen was collected in 1967 and is from the world famous locality of Lesmahagow. This is more or less complete specimen and includes its pincers and swimming legs which are very rarely preserved!! The Errettopteris appears to be resting on top of a huge head of another Eurypterid Slimonia acuminat which has one eye present. The specimen also has preserved its mouth parts. There is a repair through the middle of the block however this does not, in any way, detract from the beauty and scientific value of this specimen. This is by far the finest multi species Eurypterid we have ever had to offer and would be difficult to repeat. Super sized images can be seen in showcase fossils.
  Age Silurian, Ludlow Series
  Size Length of specimen 150mm
  location Lesmahagow, Lanarkshire, Scotland, UK
 
  price £ 975.00
   
 
 
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