Ancient Species -
Molluscs

Molluscs are animals with shells. Today the most important groups are the grastopods, such as snails and sea slugs, and the bivalves, such as clams, mussels, oysters and scallops.

Bivalve

But the number of fossils indicates that in the past, the most numerous group was the cephalopods which includes the nautilus, ammonites, squids and cuttlefish. 

Snail


Fossils now available (at eBay):

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Sulphide Ore slice. Mt Colin mine, Cloncurry, Queensland, Australia. S454

AU $22.00
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Large Ammonite Fossil - Weighs 1.7 Kilos - 360 Millions Years Old (#3398)

AU $55.00
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Vintage Ammonite African Irridescent Nacre- Estate -2 Post FREE

AU $14.99 (0 Bids)
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292.50g 100% Natural Petrified Wood Slice ( Fossil ) NSW Australia

AU $50.00 (0 Bids)
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Massive Ammonite Fossil - Weighs 1.3 Kilos - 360 Millions Years Old (#3373)

AU $60.00
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Ancient Fossilized Iridescent Ammonite

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