A Fossilized Belotelson magister
Weight: 28 gr / 0.1 lbs
Width: 5.8 cm / 2.3 in
Height: 3 cm / 1.2 in
Depth: 0.8 cm / 0.3 in
Item Code: 848
Latin Name: Belotelson magister
Site: Mazon Creek, Illinois, USA
Age: Carboniferous, c. 358.9-298.9 million years old
Provenance: deaccessioned by Museum Biochron, Emmen, The Netherlands
On offer is a beautiful Belotelson magister, a genus of crustacean, in the extinct order Belotelsonidea, containing at least two species. It was first named by Packard in 1886 from material foundin the Mazon Creek lagerstätte in Illinois. Its fossils have been found in Pennsylvanian age rocks.
The black-and-white section of the ruler in the image represents 10 cm (3.9 inch). This comes with a stainless steel display stand.
This piece formed part of the Museum Biochron in Emmen in The Netherlands. The Museum has recently deaccessioned part of its collections. This piece falls outside or our main territory of expertise but we have attempted to catalogue it as professionally as possible and we are able to offer these pieces at competitive prices.
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