German Pleuroceras Ammonite #10


Ammonite Collection

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  • Pleuroceras sp.
  • These Pyritized Specimens are found inside nodules.  When found they are covered in a layer of white minerals.  They are cleaned with a brass brush to remove the white material and make the surfaces shine!  The area where these were collected is closed and no longer accessible.
  • Jurassic Age (136 Million Years Old)
  • Nuremburg, Germany
  • The POSITIVE Side of this specimen measures 2″ wide and will come in the 5.25″ x 6.25″ Riker Mount with Label as Shown.

Ammonites are an extinct group of marine invertebrate animals similar to the modern nautilus. (Cephalopoda) Like the nautilus, ammonites had a soft body with tentacles that emerged from a hollow chambered shell utilized in the manner of a submarine’s ballast tanks. Ammonites are often identified by their shell ornamentation and the structures of the wall that divide the shell’s chambers.