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Click to enlarge   Name Laurus (Laurel) sp. (Beautiful detail)
  ref PLAN778
  There are many leaves on this piece of Tufa and all have lovely detail. The fossil is approximately 2,000 years old. Tufa is produced by the precipitation of calcite through water evaporation around springs or in caves, where they form pourous deposits and anything caught up in there will start the long process of fossilisation. A nice drawer specimen.
  Age Holocene, Flandrian, Tufa Deposits
  Size Size of overall piece 91mm x 65mm
  location Salcombe Regis, Devon, UK
 
  price £ 19.95
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Unidentified wood fragments (Rare preservation)
  ref PLAN788
  This lovely fossil exhibits many wood fragments which covers this piece of Stonesfield slate. These fragments are left as casts with nice close up detail. Approximately 165 million years old.
  Age Jurassic, Great Oolite, Stonesfield Slate
  Size Size of overall piece 124mm x 62mm x 4mm
  location Eyford Hill, Gloucestershire, UK
 
  price £ 19.50
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Laurus (Laurel) sp.
  ref PLAN777
  These leaves are not very old in the context of fossils, maybe around 2,000 years old, however the detail is superb on each leaf. Tufa is produced by the precipitation of calcite through water evaporation around springs or in caves, where they form thin porous deposits and anything caught up in there will start the long process of fossilisation.
  Age Holocene, Flandrian, Tufa Deposits
  Size Size of overall specimen 103mm x 68mm
  location Salcombe Regis, Devon, UK
 
  price £ 19.95
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Sagenopteris aff. phillipsi (Brongniart)
  ref PLAN772
  The detail on this leaf's surface under a hand lens is magnificent. The specimen itself was discovered by Andy Cowap in 1987. This incredibly rare partial leaf may never have been described before as oolithic plant material is incredibly rare. If not collected, this fossil would have been destroyed by the sea. A real collectors piece for the enthusiastic plant collector. Approximately 125 million years old.
  Age Jurassic, Inferior Oolite, Murchisonae Zone
  Size Size of overall stone 46mm x 47mm
  location Bearreraig Bay, Isle of Skye, Scotland, UK
 
  price £ 19.95
   
 
 
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