- Insect Cocoon (Maggot)
- Cretaceous Age
- Hell Creek Formation
- Specimen measures approx. 5/8″ and will come in the 3.25″ x 4.25″ Riker Mount with Label as Shown.
From the Hell Creek Formation of Montana, these specimens are fossilized insect cocoons that were found among the bones of a Hadrosaur Dinosaur. They are from a species of insect that thrived around the rotting carcasses of dead dinosaurs and are often found between the ribs suggesting they crawled into the rib cage of the carcass to pupate.