Trilobite Crotolocephalus in Matrix - 7,1 cm (2,80 inch)
The Trilobit Crotolocephalus are a spectacular piece of history with a formation size of 7,1 x 4,2 x 4,6 (2,80 inch) and a weight of 126 grams. This fossil went extinct about 420 million years ago, but its distinctive features are still visible thanks to preservation in the earth's strata.
The Trilobit Crotolocephalus have a beautiful black colour and are preserved in minute detail, making it seem as if these trilobites were swimming across the seabed just yesterday.
Size of trilobite in matrix: 7,1 x 4,2 x 4,6 (2,80 inch);
Scientific name: Trilobites Crotolocephalus;
Age: Late Silurian - Early Devonian ( 425 – 410 million years);
Condition: natural: small restorations;
Weight: 126 grams;
Year of discovery: 2020.
Important: the trilobites are 90% natural.
Insured shipment: we pack and ship the trilobite carefully and all our packages are insured by us. This means: no risk for you.
A chance to study ancient animals
This extraordinary fossil formation is not only beautiful to see, but it is also a fascinating object to study. The perfectly preserved anatomy of the Trilobit Crotolocephalus provides a unique glimpse into the lives of these sea dwellers in the distant past. It is the perfect addition to any fossil collection and is sure to be a talking point for anyone interested in prehistory.
As a gift or unique collector's item
If you are looking for a unique gift for a fossil enthusiast, the formation Trilobit Crotolocephalus is the perfect choice. It is a dynamic and intriguing piece of history that has stood the test of time and still fascinates. Order it today and bring a piece of prehistory into your home!
Meaning of 'Trilobite'
A trilobite is an extinct marine animal that lived during the Paleozoic Era, about 540 to 250 million years ago. The word "trilobite" is derived from the Greek word "trilobos", meaning "three-lobed". Trilobites had a three-body symmetry and were equipped with a hard external skeleton divided into three parts: a head, a trunk and a tail.
Trilobites were an important part of marine life during the Paleozoic era and came in many different shapes and sizes. They are now extinct and are only found as fossils. Trilobites are highly sought-after fossils among collectors and are also used for scientific purposes to understand life in the distant past.