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Click to enlarge   Name Linuparus scyllariformis (Bell)
  ref ARTH220
  This type of Lobster is the very 'spiny Lobster', very close relatives still survive today. Usually it is the cephalothorax which is to be found and specimens with associated abdominal remains are very rare and usually disarticulated. The specimen itself is slightly disarticulated, however the detail on the head shield is very good. The London Clay is a sedimentary deposit that was laid down under sub-tropical marine conditions approximately 50-54 million years ago. A lovely quality draer fossil for the collector.
  Age Eocene, London Clay Formation B1/B2
  Size Size of specimen 60mm x 40mm x 31mm
  location Tunnel Cement Pit, Averley, Essex, UK
 
  price £ 37.50
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Zanthopsis leachi
  ref ARTH211
  From an unusual location comes this complete crab which exhibits not just the carapace but also the underside of this creature. The specimen was collected many years ago and would make a fine addition to any collection.
  Age Eocene, London Clay
  Size Size of specimen 45mm x 36mm
  location Sutton, Suffolk, UK
 
  price £ 42.50
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Teallioceris Woodwardi (Shrimp)
  ref ARTH195
  Collected many years ago from this classic location is a good example of this Carboniferous shrimp like creature. The specimen has been preserved on hard oil shale and has good detail. The specimen is approximately 340 million years old and would make an excellent drawer specimen.
  Age Carboniferous, Oil Shales
  Size Length of Shrimp 22mm
  location Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
 
  price £ 49.95
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Portunites incerta ( Rare Underbelly)
  ref ARTH193
  This nodule when found, only exhibited the under side of the crab- with meticulous preparation using air abrasive techniques, we have revealed the under body of this well known and sought after crab. Examples of the under-belly are rare making this piece a "must" for the collector of crustaceans.
  Age Eocene, London Clay
  Size Szie of specimen 60mm x 40mm
  location Isle of Sheppey, Kent, UK
 
  price £ 32.95
   
 
 
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