Heimolora stellaris – Cambrian – USA

Heimolora stellaris

Cambrian

Mt. Simon Complex, Wisconsin, USA

 

Cambrian Soft Bodied Invertebrates I

All specimens on this page are from the Mount Simon Complex, Cambrian of Wisconsin. The fossils are all soft bodied organisms preserved as organic stains and 3 dimensional fossils in a quartzitic sandstone. The specimens have excellent preservation including structures rarely seen. Originally thought to be Pre-Cambrian these fossils are now acknowledged as being Cambrian and in some cases the last examples of their type in the fossil record. Many are still undescribed but a paper has been written/presented by the University of California.

 

Heimolora stellaris tentacled medusoid………………….$300

A very good quality slab preserving a neat tentacled medusoid. A rare
form in the fossil record. Also has two small jellyfish on the slab. The
quartzite block measures 6 inches wide. – Order Reference – W14

 

Heimolora stellaris tentacled medusoid……………………$250

A very good quality slab preserving a neat tentacled medusoid. A rare
form in the fossil record. The quartzite block measures 6 inches wide – Order Reference – W15

 

Heimolora stellaris tentacled jellyfish double………………..$300

A very good quality double slab of tentacled jellyfish. Block measures 6
inches wide. – Order Reference – W27

 

Heimolora stellaris tentacled jellyfish double………………..$300

A very good double slab of tentacled jellyfish. Block measures 6 inches wide. Order Reference – W28

 

see: http://www.rhyniechert.com/cambriansoft.html

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