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Ammonites and Goniatites

Ammonoids were a group of sea creatures that flourished in the Devonian through Cretaceous periods.  The name of these marine cephalopods comes from the "ram's horn" shape of their shells, because the Egyptian god Amun or Ammon had a pair of ram's horns.  Despite their resemblance to modern-day Nautiloids, Ammonoids' closest living relatives are probably octopi, squid, and cuttlefish.

Ammonoid shells were divided into chambers by divisions called septa.  The attachment of the septa to the shell exterior created suture patterns which are used to classify Ammonoids.  The "Goniatitic" zigzag pattern of smooth lobes and saddles is characteristic of the earlier Goniatites.  The later Ammonites had a more intricate fern-like suture pattern.

We offer both Goniatites and Ammonites on this page, and you will receive the exact same specimen shown in each photo.

Goniatites

Goniatite Ammonite Fossil-  Suborder Goniatitina
-  370 million years old
-  Devonian Period
-  Found in Morocco

    See Goniaites

Ammonite Pairs

Ammonite Fossils-  Genus: Cleoniceras
-  120 million years old
-  Early Cretaceous Period
-  Found in Madagascar

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Goniatites

From Morocco - 370 Million Years Old

Goniatite Fossil

Goniatite (A)
3" x 2.25" x 0.6"
$25.00
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Goniatite Fossil

Goniatite (B)
2.25" x 1.75" x 0.6"
$16.00
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Goniatite Fossil

Goniatite (C)
2" x 1.6" x 0.5"
$16.00
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Goniatite Fossil

Goniatite (D)
2.4" x 1.8" x 0.5"
$16.00
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Goniatite Fossil

Goniatite (E)
2.25" x 1.6" x 0.4"
$16.00
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Goniatite Fossil

Goniatite (F)
2.6" x 2" x 0.5"
$18.00
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(On this page, you will receive the exact specimen shown in each photo.)

 

Goniatite Fossil

Goniatite (G)
2.8" x 2" x 0.5"
$22.00
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Goniatite Fossil

Goniatite (H)
2" x 1.25" x 0.5"
$16.00
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Goniatite Fossil

Goniatite (I)
2.2" x 1.7" x 0.5"
$16.00
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Goniatite Fossil

Goniatite (J)
2.2 x 1.75" x 0.4"
$16.00
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Goniatite Fossil

Goniatite (K)
2.3" x 1.8" x 0.6"
$16.00
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Goniatite Fossil

Goniatite (L)
2.75" x 2" x 0.5"
$18.00
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(On this page, you will receive the exact specimen shown in each photo.)

 

Goniatite Fossil

Goniatite (M)
3" x 2.25" x 0.5"
$25.00
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Goniatite Fossil

Goniatite (N)
2.75" x 2.2" x 0.5"
$25.00
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Goniatite Fossil

Goniatite (O)
3" x 2.25" x 0.6"
$22.00
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Ammonite Pairs

From Madagascar - 120 Million Years Old

These Ammonite Pairs have been cut and polished to reveal the the hidden chambers within.  Many of the chambers, or phragmocone, have become filled with beautiful crystals, including yellow calcite.

(Please note: Dimensions measured with Ammonite Pair closed.  Thickness shown reflects the total thickness of both halves together. Width refers to the width of each half.)

 

Ammonite Fossils

Ammonite Pair (A)
Length:  2.5"    Width:  1.8"    Thickness:  0.6"
(with Ammonite Pair closed)
$32.00/Pair      Add to Cart

 

Ammonite Fossils

Ammonite Fossils

Ammonite Pair (B)
Length:  2.5"    Width:  2"    Thickness:  0.7"
(with Ammonite Pair closed)
$32.00/Pair      
~ SOLD ~

 

Ammonite Fossils

 


On this page, you will receive the exact specimen shown in each photo.)

 

Ammonite Fossils

Ammonite Pair (C)
Length:  2.25"    Width:  1.75"    Thickness:  0.55"
(with Ammonite Pair closed)
$30.00/Pair      Add to Cart

 

Ammonite Fossils

Ammonite Fossils

Ammonite Pair (D)
Length:  2.6"    Width:  2.1"    Thickness:  1.2"
(with Ammonite Pair closed)
$39.00/Pair     
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Ammonite Fossils

 


 

Ammonite Fossils

Ammonite Pair (E)
Length:  2.5"    Width:  1.8"    Thickness:  0.55"
(with Ammonite Pair closed)
$32.00/Pair    
~ SOLD ~

 

Ammonite Fossils

Ammonite Fossils

Ammonite Pair (F)
Length:  1.1"    Width:  0.9"    Thickness:  0.4"
(with Ammonite Pair closed)
$18.00/Pair     
~ SOLD ~

Ammonite Fossils


Ammonite Fossils

Ammonite Pair (G)
Length:  1.2"    Width:  1"    Thickness:  0.6"
(with Ammonite Pair closed)
$18.00/Pair     
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Ammonite Fossils

 


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Ammonite Fossils

Ammonite Pair (H)
Length:  5.25"    Width:  4"    Thickness:  1.25"
(with Ammonite Pair closed)
$125.00/Pair     
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Ammonite Fossils

Ammonite Fossils

Ammonite Pair (I)
Length:  3.75"    Width:  3"    Thickness:  0.9"
(with Ammonite Pair closed)
$49.00/Pair     
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Ammonite Fossils

 


On this page, you will receive the exact specimen shown in each photo.)

 

Ammonite Fossils

Ammonite Pair (J)
Length:  3"    Width:  2.4"    Thickness:  0.8"
(with Ammonite Pair closed)
$35.00/Pair     
Add to Cart

 

Ammonite Fossils

Ammonite Fossils

Ammonite Pair (K)
Length:  2.25"    Width:  1.7"    Thickness:  0.6"
(with Ammonite Pair closed)
$32.00/Pair      Add to Cart

 

Ammonite Fossils

 


 

Ammonite Fossils

Ammonite Pair (L)
Length:  3.75"    Width:  3"    Thickness:  1"
(with Ammonite Pair closed)
$49.00/Pair     
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Ammonite Fossils

 

On this page, you will receive the exact specimen shown in each photo.)

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How Do Fossils Form?

Most animals and plants don't turn into fossils after they die.  Conditions have to be just right, including rapid burial by sediments.  The sea floor is an ideal environment for fossilization, which is why so many fossils are marine creatures.

After a marine organism dies, it sinks to the sea floor, where it gets buried by sediments like mud and sand that fall from the ocean above.  The remains eventually decay, leaving only the skeleton, and accumulating pressure turns the surrounding sediments into rock.  Over time, water seeps through the rock and dissolves the skeleton, leaving behind an empty cavity or mold that preserves the original shape.

Over time, water rich in minerals seeps into the cavity, and the minerals crystallize to fill the cavity and form a cast.  Millions of years later, geologic forces bring the fossil-containing rock to the earth's surface, where it may be eroded by wind and rain, exposing the fossil to discovery.

 

Metaphysical Properties of Ammonoids

Ammonoids, including Goniatites and Ammonites, have a strong positive Earth energy that helps banish negativity.  They can help one find purpose in life, and are associated with change, resiliency, and overcoming obstacles.  Ammonid fossils can be used with past life regression.

 

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