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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

Fossil Prawn - Aeger elegans - From : Solnhofen Plattenkalk (Solnhofen limestone), a Jurassic Konservat-Lagerstätte (sedimentary deposit that exhibits extraordinary fossils with exceptional preservation - sometimes including preserved soft tissues) - Museum of Natural History in Berlin (Museum für Naturkunde)

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.

Aegertipularius, shrimp, Late Jurassic,Tithonian Age, Solnhofen Lithographic Limestone, Solnhofen,Bavaria, Germany-Houston Museum.

Aegertipularius, shrimp, Late Jurassic,Tithonian Age, Solnhofen Lithographic Limestone, Solnhofen,Bavaria, Germany-Houston Museum.

1.1" Carboniferous Shrimp-Like Crustacean (Tealliocaris) - Scotland (Item #44411), Shrimp Fossils for sale.  FossilEra your source to quality fossil specimens.

1.1" Carboniferous Shrimp-Like Crustacean (Tealliocaris) - Scotland

Carboniferous Shrimp-Like Crustacean (Tealliocaris) - Scotland (Item Shrimp Fossils for sale. FossilEra your source to quality fossil specimens.

Harlequin mantis shrimp have the most sophisticated visual system in the world, with 16 different types of photoreceptors.

The Harlequin Mantis Shrimp "has the most sophisticated visual system in the world," and may "be able to distinguish up to colors (compared to the seen by human beings).

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

phacopida: “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,.

Elegant Ophiosamus Starfish Fossils from Solnhofen

Elegant Ophiosamus Starfish Fossils from Solnhofen

This shrimp is extremely detailed and amazingly well-preserved. The pointed rostrum, head, carapace, legs, and the MANY antennae are all wonderfully displayed - just look at the incredible detail! The shrimp has great, natural dark color and strong contrast and is beautifully showcased on the HUGE, unbroken display plate of lithographic limestone.

This shrimp is extremely detailed and amazingly well-preserved. The pointed rostrum, head, carapace, legs, and the MANY antennae are all wonderfully displayed - just look at the incredible detail! The shrimp has great, natural dark color and strong contrast and is beautifully showcased on the HUGE, unbroken display plate of lithographic limestone.

Large Fossil Shrimp (Aegertipularius) - Solnhofen Limestone

Large Fossil Shrimp (Aeger) - Solnhofen Limestone

Large Fossil Shrimp (Aeger) - Solnhofen Limestone (Item Shrimp Fossils for sale. FossilEra your source to quality fossil specimens.

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

Carpopenaeus callirostri, an extinct genus of decapod shrimp, from the Cretaceous fine-grained limestone of Hjoula, Lebanon:

Carpopenaeus callirostri, an extinct genus of decapod shrimp, from the Cretaceous fine-grained limestone of Hjoula, Lebanon:

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

Waptia fieldensis is an extinct species of arthropod from the Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale Lagerstätte of Canada. It grew to a length of about 8 cm and resembled modern shrimp in both morphology and habit.

Waptia fieldensis is an extinct species of arthropod from the Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale Lagerstätte of Canada. It grew to a length of about 8 cm and resembled modern shrimp in both morphology and habit.

Lightning meets sand. The result is called fulgurite. Natural creation of art.

lightning strikes sand on the beach Lightning meets sand. The result is called fulgurite. Natural creation of art.

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

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

1.1" Carboniferous Shrimp-Like Crustacean (Tealliocaris) - Scotland

1.1" Carboniferous Shrimp-Like Crustacean (Tealliocaris) - Scotland

Carboniferous Shrimp-Like Crustacean (Tealliocaris) - Scotland (Item Shrimp Fossils for sale. FossilEra your source to quality fossil specimens.

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