This listing is for one Ammonite fossil with druzy inclusion.
The fossil pictured is the one you will receive.
These pictures were taken in natural sunlight, but no photo will compare to what this piece looks like in person.
This stone measures approximately 37 x 32 x 14 mm. and weighs approximately 17.6 g. Size reference in in the photos
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Here's some information about the ammonite fossils.
Ammonite belong to the large phylum Mollusca, which includes invertebrates. Their class Cephalopoda includes the gastropods (snails and slugs), however the cephalopods are have greater neurologic development. Ammonoidea, Coleoidea and Nautiloidea are sub-classes of Cephalopoda. Ammonites are more closely related to coleoids, which includes the living, soft bodied cephalopods like squid and the octopus. Ammonites descend from an animal called a bacrite. Bactrida were straight-shelled cephalopods of the Devonian (415 mya), though they appeared as early as 390 mya. Both bacritids and ammonids produce vast quantities of eggs, while nautiloids do not. The eggs of bacritids and ammonids contained a small, embryonic shell called a protoconch. The protoconch of Bacritida was globular and small, while the nautiloid protoconch was large.