This astounding Ammonite, Euaspidoceras sp. is from the Late Jurassic Period, found near Sakaraha in Madagascar. This Ammonite, while alive would have resembled a squid with a shell.
In the matrix on the end of this Ammonite are bivalves and also perisphinctes virguloides.
This Ammonite comes with a stand made especially for it and the overall dimensions are 1545mm tall, an upper width of 940mm, with a base length of 640mm and a base width of 500mm.
The Ammonite measures 730mm long, 570mm wide with a depth of 300mm.
This item can be viewed at our Exhibition Centre, which is located at 13 Olive Road, Devon Meadows, Victoria, Australia, 3977. Open hours are 10am until 5pm 7 days a week.
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