Ammonite group with six different species
Liparoceras, Stephanoceras, Harpoceras
This incredible group of ammonites are Middle Jurassic, 172m to 168m years old, and were discovered in the Bajocian Sediments, Central High Atlas Mountains, Morocco.
It is highly unusual to find such a diverse group of ammonites in the same matrix.
The species are left to right, from the large ammonite at the top of the group;
Stephanoceras (Large ammonite, top)
This represents 6 different species of ammonite.
All seven ammonites are in incredible condition, and well inflated. They stand out in relief from the pale matrix in which they have been preserved.
This is a highly desirable piece either for the serious collector, or as a natural work of art for display in the home.
As always, we can mount this piece for display if requested.
Size: 40cms x 26cms x 30cms tall
Weight: 6.5 Kg (14 lbs)