A bag of cretaceous "chalky" gastropod (snail) fossils from Morocco.
Typically the quantity of pieces is about 50 per bag.
Fossil Bivalves (20)
A small bag of cretaceous Moroccan bivalves.
They are typically about 2 cms in size and show good "ribbing" on the shells
This group of creatures includes the oysters, scallops and mussels.
Each bag contains around 17-20 pieces.
Fossil Brachiopods (20)
At their peak in the Paleozoic the brachiopods were among the most abundant filter-feeders and reef-builders and occupied other ecological niches, including swimming in the jet-propulsion style of scallops.
However, after the Permian–Triassic extinction event, informally known as the "Great Dying", brachiopods recovered only a third of their former diversity.
It was often thought that brachiopods were actually decline in diversity, and that in some way bivalves out-competed them.
3KG Gravel Bag
3KG bags of gravel that can be used to fill the gravel tray with our fossil hunter activity.