Slipper Coral - Fossil


Size: Large
Quality: Standard
Price:
Sale price$8.00 USD

Description

Mined from: Morocco 

Era: Paleozoic 
Geological Age: 420 mya

Description: Slipper corals are an extinct order of corals which had a flowerlike appearance. They were related to jellyfish. These corals look like little Arabian slippers with a bit of a curve at the top. They are quite dull in colour.
The unique shape represents the growth of the animal: the exoskeleton flared out as the animal grew. These corals laid flat on the seabed with the apex (the tip of the shoe) pointing into the current. 

Small
Approximate Size of 1 piece
: 3cm x 3.5cm x 1.5cm 
Approximate Weight of 1 piece: 7g

Large 
Approximate Size of 1 piece
: 4cm x 4.5cm x 2cm
Approximate Weight of 1 piece: 20g

Quantity: 1pc

We do our best to buy quality products- although not every rock is the same. If you choose to purchase the "staff pick option", we will select the best of the batch for you. Otherwise, it will be at random from the larger batch we have in stock.

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