Purveyors of fossil art from earth's natural past
Online Products:
Ceratarges Trilobites
Ceratarges Spiny Trilobite2
Ceratarges Spiny Trilobite

Ceratarges Spiny Trilobite2
Superb spines on this creature

Ceratarges Spiny Trilobite2
Micro-abrasion preparation

Ceratarges Spiny Trilobite2
Close up of the horns typical of this trilobite

Ceratarges Spiny Trilobite2
Incredible stalk eyes

Ceratarges Spiny Trilobite2
A wonderful addition to a collection

Ceratarges Spiny Trilobite2

Product description

A spectacular Ceratarges Trilobite of the order Lichida, discovered in Oufatene, Morocco. It dates from the Devonian Period, 360 million years old.

The eyes are on long stalks, and it probably lay in the mud on the sea floor with just its eyes protruding in order to catch prey, and protect itself from possible predators.

The huge array of spines is typical of this species of trilobite.

They have been prepared over many painstaking hours, using the latest micro-abrasion techniques to develop the spines from the matrix.

Trilobites ("three-lobes") are extinct arthropods that form the class Trilobita. They appeared in the Middle Cambrian epoch and flourished throughout the lower Paleozoic era before beginning a drawn-out decline to extinction when, during the Late Devonian extinction, all trilobite orders, with the sole exception of Proetida, died out.
The last of the trilobites disappeared in the mass extinction at the end of the Permian about 250 million years ago.

This is a magnificent addition to a collection, and is of exceptional quality.

Not to be missed.


Size:  5.5cms long on a matrix 9cms x 8cms







Featured Product
Search Products:
0 Items at £0.00

All pieces are sold with a full description of the fossil and its origins, and comes with a money-back, lifetime guarantee of authenticity.