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Ammonite Collection

"Journey through Time: Unveiling the Enigmatic Ammonite Fossils" Step into the fascinating world of ammonites

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Fossil ammonite- Desmoceras spp. -Upper Early Cretaceous - Albian Stage - Mahajanga Province

Fossil ammonite- Desmoceras spp. -Upper Early Cretaceous - Albian Stage - Mahajanga Province - Madagascar - Under UV
CAN-3851 Fossil ammonite Upper Early Cretaceous - Albian Stage - Mahajanga Province - Madagascar - Under UV light Desmoceras spp

Background imageAmmonite Collection: 1862 British prehistoric marine reptiles

1862 British prehistoric marine reptiles
Lithograph with contemporary colouring, continental version of the wallchart produced by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins for the Department of Science and Art 1862

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Engraving of a nautilus and an ammonite

Engraving of a nautilus and an ammonite. The nautilus is one of the species of marine cephalopods of the family Nautilidae

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Extinct marine reptiles

Extinct marine reptiles
Sheet 1 of a series of posters called Extinct Animals by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins c. 1862. This collection of marine reptiles lived during the Jurassic period between 200

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Asteroceras, fossil ammonite

Asteroceras, fossil ammonite
A 16 cm diameter specimen of the Jurassic ammonite Asteroceras from the Lower Jurassic of Dorset, England

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Picture No. 10889717

Picture No. 10889717
Fossil: Ammonite (cross section) - Name: Perisphinctes - Jurassic Date:

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Ammonite

Ammonite fossil. Ammonites are extinct marine invertebrates. They first appeared in the Late Silurian to Early Devonian period (around 400 million years ago)

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Fossil ammonite- Desmoceras spp. -Upper Early Cretaceous - Albian Stage - Mahajanga Province

Fossil ammonite- Desmoceras spp. -Upper Early Cretaceous - Albian Stage - Mahajanga Province - Madagascar
CAN-3850 Fossil ammonite Upper Early Cretaceous - Albian Stage - Mahajanga Province - Madagascar Desmoceras spp. John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Fossil Ammonite - Cleoniceras sp. - Cretaceous - Madagascar

Fossil Ammonite - Cleoniceras sp. - Cretaceous - Madagascar
CAN-3844 Fossil Ammonite Upper Early Cretaceous - Albian stage - Mahajanga province - Madagascar - cross-section Cleoniceras sp

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Ammonite fossil, SEM

Ammonite fossil, SEM
Ammonite fossil, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). Ammonites were invertebrates and lived in the sea. They were molluscs that formed a spiral shell to protect their soft body

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Fossil Ammonite - Upper Early Cretaceous - Albian stage - Mahajanga province - Madagascar

Fossil Ammonite - Upper Early Cretaceous - Albian stage - Mahajanga province - Madagascar - cross-section
CAN-3717 Fossil Ammonite - Upper Early Cretaceous Albian stage - Mahajanga province - Madagascar - cross-section Cleoniceras sp

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Fossil Ammonite (Speetoniceras) - Russia - Cretaceous

Fossil Ammonite (Speetoniceras) - Russia - Cretaceous
CAN-2454 Fossil Ammonite (Speetoniceras) Russia - Cretaceous John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Ammonite fossil

Ammonite fossil
Ammonite, Biology, Black Background, Color Image, Cross Section, Extinct, Fossil, Geology, Invertebrate, Mineral, No People, Paleontology, Photography, Polish, Shell, Single Object, Spiral

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Ammonites

Ammonites. Computer artwork of ammonites in the sea during the Devonian period. This lasted from around 408 to 360 million years ago

Background imageAmmonite Collection: England, Dorset, Lyme Regis, Jurassic Coast, Rocks with Ammonite Patterns

England, Dorset, Lyme Regis, Jurassic Coast, Rocks with Ammonite Patterns

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Ammonite

Ammonite. Polished sectioned ammonite fossil. Ammonites are extinct marine invertebrates. They first appeared in the Late Silurian to Early Devonian period (around 400 million years ago)

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Fossilised ammonite (Asteroceras obtusum)

Fossilised ammonite (Asteroceras obtusum). Ammonites are an extinct group of molluscs that are thought to be related to modern cephalopods such as octopus, squid and cuttlefish

Background imageAmmonite Collection: UK, England, Dorset, Lyme Regis, a Gateway Town to the UNESCO World Heritage Site

UK, England, Dorset, Lyme Regis, a Gateway Town to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Jurassic Coast, Monmouth Beach, Ammonite Pavement, Large ammonite fossil

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Picture No. 10889720

Picture No. 10889720
Fossils - Ammonite (cross section, close-up) - Jurassic Date:

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Ammonite fossil C016 / 5777

Ammonite fossil C016 / 5777
Ammonite (Parkinsonia dorsetensis) fossil. This ammonite has an evolute shell and is displaying complex suture lines. Specimen originates from the Middle Jurassic

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Ammonite Fossil - Cretaceous Period 110 m. y. a. South Dakota, USA

Ammonite Fossil - Cretaceous Period 110 m. y. a. South Dakota, USA
KEL-1335 Ammonite Fossil - Cretaceous Period 110 m.y.a. South Dakota, USA. Hoploscaphites nicolleti Ken Lucas contact details: prints@ardea.com tel: +44 (0) 20 8318 1401

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Ammonite fossils

Ammonite fossils, largest one 75mm across, from the Jurassic Spiti shales, Muktinath, Nepal, Asia

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Fossil Ammonite Cross section (Speetoniceras) - Russia - Cretaceous

Fossil Ammonite Cross section (Speetoniceras) - Russia - Cretaceous
CAN-2455 Fossil Ammonite Cross section (Speetoniceras) Russia - Cretaceous John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Ammonite Graveyard at sunrise, Monmouth Beach, Lyme Regis

Ammonite Graveyard at sunrise, Monmouth Beach, Lyme Regis, Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, Dorset, England

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Fossils

Fossils
5614340 Fossils; (add.info.: Fossils. 1. Footprints of a bird. 2. Mudcracks. 3. Ammonite. 4. Trilobite. 5. Ripplemarks. 6. Fish)

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Fossils and plants from the Triassic period, woodcuts, published 1897

Fossils and plants from the Triassic period, woodcuts, published 1897
Fossils and plants from the Triassic period. Wood engravings, published in 1897

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Fossils of extinct ammonite species

Fossils of extinct ammonite species. Ammonite di Caen, Ammonite di Deslongchamps, Ammonite di Bayeux, Ammonite di Braikenridge

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Fossil Ammonite, cross-section, Cleoniceras sp. from Upper Early Cretaceous period

Fossil Ammonite, cross-section, Cleoniceras sp. from Upper Early Cretaceous period, Albian stage, Mahajanga province, Madagascar

Background imageAmmonite Collection: UK, England, Dorset, Lyme Regis, a Gateway Town to the UNESCO World Heritage Site

UK, England, Dorset, Lyme Regis, a Gateway Town to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Jurassic Coast, Monmouth Beach, Ammonite Pavement, Large ammonite fossil

Background imageAmmonite Collection: UK, England, Dorset, Lyme Regis, a Gateway Town to the UNESCO World Heritage Site

UK, England, Dorset, Lyme Regis, a Gateway Town to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Jurassic Coast, Monmouth Beach, Ammonite Pavement, Large ammonite fossil

Background imageAmmonite Collection: UK, England, Dorset, Lyme Regis, a Gateway Town to the UNESCO World Heritage Site

UK, England, Dorset, Lyme Regis, a Gateway Town to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Jurassic Coast, Monmouth Beach, Ammonite Pavement, Large ammonite fossil

Background imageAmmonite Collection: UK, England, Dorset, Lyme Regis, a Gateway Town to the UNESCO World Heritage Site

UK, England, Dorset, Lyme Regis, a Gateway Town to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Jurassic Coast, Monmouth Beach, Ammonite Pavement, Large ammonite fossil

Background imageAmmonite Collection: UK, England, Dorset, Lyme Regis, a Gateway Town to the UNESCO World Heritage Site

UK, England, Dorset, Lyme Regis, a Gateway Town to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Jurassic Coast, Monmouth Beach, Ammonite Pavement, Large ammonite fossil

Background imageAmmonite Collection: UK, England, Dorset, Lyme Regis, a Gateway Town to the UNESCO World Heritage Site

UK, England, Dorset, Lyme Regis, a Gateway Town to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Jurassic Coast, Monmouth Beach, Ammonite Pavement, Large ammonite fossil

Background imageAmmonite Collection: England, Dorset, Lyme Regis, Lyme Regis Museum, Ammonite

England, Dorset, Lyme Regis, Lyme Regis Museum, Ammonite

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Remains of the ammonites on the ledges in Kimmeridge Bay, Dorset, UK

Remains of the ammonites on the ledges in Kimmeridge Bay, Dorset, UK

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Fossils of extinct ammonite species

Fossils of extinct ammonite species
6338462 Fossils of extinct ammonite species by Corsi (19th century); (add.info.: Fossils of extinct ammonite species. Ammonite di Caen, Ammonite di Deslongchamps, Ammonite di Bayeux)

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Fossils of extinct ammonite species

Fossils of extinct ammonite species
6338464 Fossils of extinct ammonite species by Corsi (19th century); (add.info.: Fossils of extinct ammonite species. Ammonite interrotta, di Brongniart, massiccia, di Deslongchamps, di Gerville)

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Page 15. A very fine specimen of the Cornu Amonis or petrified snake, split open

Page 15. A very fine specimen of the Cornu Amonis or petrified snake, split open
5669985 Page 15. A very fine specimen of the Cornu Amonis or petrified snake, split open. This is one of the finest specimens in Europe; two very large specimens of the Cornu Amonis; the bottled nose

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Extinct shells

Extinct shells
6337839 Extinct shells by Corsi (19th century); (add.info.: Extinct shells: Hamites cylindricus 1, horn coral, Amplexus coralloides 2, and Scaphites aequalis 3)

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Fossil shell of baculite or walking stick rock

Fossil shell of baculite or walking stick rock
6337686 Fossil shell of baculite or walking stick rock by Corsi (19th century); (add.info.: Fossil shell of baculite or walking stick rock, an extinct cephalopod mollusc genus. Baculites vertebralis)

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Page 227. Five small specimens of the Cornu Amonis 5 drawings, 1810-17 (w / c & manuscript text)

Page 227. Five small specimens of the Cornu Amonis 5 drawings, 1810-17 (w / c & manuscript text)
5670101 Page 227. Five small specimens of the Cornu Amonis 5 drawings, 1810-17 (w/c & manuscript text) by Digby, Kenelm Henry (1800-80); 39.6x25.2x5.4 cm; Mitchell Library

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Porcelain crab, shrimp and extinct crustacean

Porcelain crab, shrimp and extinct crustacean
Porcelain crab, Porcellana species 1, shrimp, Megalopa mutica 2, and fossil of extinct crustacean, Eryon cuvieri 3. Porcellana larga-chela, Megalopa mutica, Erio di Cuvier

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Bladderwort, Utricularia vulgaris

Bladderwort, Utricularia vulgaris. Handcoloured copperplate stipple engraving from Jussieus Dizionario delle Scienze Naturali, Dictionary of Natural Science, Florence, Italy, 1837

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Admiral cone, larval stage of lamprey, and extinct ammonite

Admiral cone, larval stage of lamprey, and extinct ammonite
Admiral cone, Conus ammiralis 1, ammocete or larval stage of lamprey, Petromyzon marinus 2, and extinct ammonite mollusc fossil 3

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Baboon, 1833-39 (coloured engraving)

Baboon, 1833-39 (coloured engraving)
999086 Baboon, 1833-39 (coloured engraving) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: A Dictionnaire pittoresque d histoire naturelle et des phenomAnes de la natureA, 1833-39)

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Admiral Cone, 1833-39 (coloured engraving)

Admiral Cone, 1833-39 (coloured engraving)
999064 Admiral Cone, 1833-39 (coloured engraving) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: A Dictionnaire pittoresque d histoire naturelle et des phenomAnes de la natureA)

Background imageAmmonite Collection: Head of a Semite chief with Egyptian influence, from Amman (stone)

Head of a Semite chief with Egyptian influence, from Amman (stone)
XIR223667 Head of a Semite chief with Egyptian influence, from Amman (stone) by Arabic School; Archaeological Museum, Amman



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"Journey through Time: Unveiling the Enigmatic Ammonite Fossils" Step into the fascinating world of ammonites, ancient marine creatures that once roamed our oceans millions of years ago. This captivating fossil, known as Desmoceras spp. , dates back to the Upper Early Cretaceous period during the Albian Stage in Mahajanga Province, Madagascar. Under UV light, these ammonite fossils reveal a mesmerizing display of vibrant colors and intricate patterns. It's like witnessing a hidden secret come to life. In 1862, British scientists first discovered these prehistoric wonders while exploring the depths of our planet's history. These reptilian beings coexisted with other marine species such as nautilus, as depicted in an enchanting engraving from that era. Ammonites were part of an extinct group of marine reptiles that thrived for millions of years before their mysterious disappearance. Asteroceras is another remarkable example showcasing their diverse forms and sizes. Cleoniceras sp. , another magnificent specimen found in Madagascar from the Cretaceous period, showcases its stunning beauty captured perfectly in Picture No. 10889717. Through advanced imaging techniques like SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope), we can delve deeper into understanding the intricate details preserved within each ammonite fossil. The delicate structures are truly awe-inspiring. This particular cross-section reveals a glimpse into their internal chambers and spiral-shaped shells—a testament to their evolution and adaptation over time. From Mahajanga Province to Russia, ammonites have left traces all around the globe—each telling its own unique story about Earth's ancient past. As we marvel at these extraordinary fossils today, let us reflect on how they connect us to a distant world long gone but forever imprinted in stone—the enigmatic legacy of ammonites endures.