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Hoplopora - 1 - view 2 uploaded in Troyes - nov 2015 - albian: Hoplopora sp : an albian shrimp from the clay of Troyes

Hoplopora - 1 - view 2 uploaded in Troyes - nov 2015 - albian: Hoplopora sp : an albian shrimp from the clay of Troyes

Museum Fossil Shrimp Aenigmacaris Aenigmacaris cornigerum Subphylum Crustacea, Class Malacostraca, Order Cardoida, Family Aenigmacaridae Geological Time: Mississippian (~320 m.y.a.) Size: Shrimp fossil is 128 mm long Fossil Site: Heath Shale Formation, Bear Gulch Limestone, Fergus County, Montana

Museum Fossil Shrimp Aenigmacaris Aenigmacaris cornigerum Subphylum Crustacea, Class Malacostraca, Order Cardoida, Family Aenigmacaridae Geological Time: Mississippian (~320 m.y.a.) Size: Shrimp fossil is 128 mm long Fossil Site: Heath Shale Formation, Bear Gulch Limestone, Fergus County, Montana

Antique for sale Kimmeridgian shrimp Aeger spinipes crustacean Invertebrate arthropod Trilobite Crustaceous Insect Fossil Object of curiosity

Antique for sale Kimmeridgian shrimp Aeger spinipes crustacean Invertebrate arthropod Trilobite Crustaceous Insect Fossil Object of curiosity

Aeger elegans, the exhibit from the Museum of Natural History in Berlin (Museum für Naturkunde).  Aeger elegans is a species of fossil prawn from the Solnhofen Plattenkalk.

Aeger elegans, the exhibit from the Museum of Natural History in Berlin (Museum für Naturkunde). Aeger elegans is a species of fossil prawn from the Solnhofen Plattenkalk.

Barnacle Fossils

Barnacle Fossils

Fossil shrimp, Acantochirana cordata from Eichstatt, Germany

Detailed Fossil Shrimp - Solnhofen Limestone

Fossil shrimp, Acantochirana cordata from Eichstatt, Germany

Clam-shaped, shrimp-like crustacean from Triassic of New Jersey uploaded in Triassic: Estheria ovate (clam-shaped, shrimp-like crustacean) Late Trias...

Clam-shaped, shrimp-like crustacean from Triassic of New Jersey uploaded in Triassic: Estheria ovate (clam-shaped, shrimp-like crustacean) Late Trias...

Tyrannophontes Paleozoic Bear Gulch Shrimp Precursor FossilHere is another Bear Gulch Limestone shrimp fossil, actual a shrimp precursor, or protomantis. Compare it with a true shrimp, Aenigmacaris cornigerum, from Bear Gulch.Tyrannophontes theridionSubphylum Crustacea, Class Malacostraca, Family TyrannophontidaeGeological Time: MississippianSize: Fossil is 105 mmFossil Site: Heath Shale Formation, Bear Gulch Limestone, Fergus County, Montana

Tyrannophontes Paleozoic Bear Gulch Shrimp Precursor FossilHere is another Bear Gulch Limestone shrimp fossil, actual a shrimp precursor, or protomantis. Compare it with a true shrimp, Aenigmacaris cornigerum, from Bear Gulch.Tyrannophontes theridionSubphylum Crustacea, Class Malacostraca, Family TyrannophontidaeGeological Time: MississippianSize: Fossil is 105 mmFossil Site: Heath Shale Formation, Bear Gulch Limestone, Fergus County, Montana

Ghost shrimp parts from New Jersey uploaded in Cretaceous: Protocallianassa morton (ghost shrimp- partial claw, arm segment, pinchers) Upper Cretaceo...

Ghost shrimp parts from New Jersey uploaded in Cretaceous: Protocallianassa morton (ghost shrimp- partial claw, arm segment, pinchers) Upper Cretaceo...

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