Fossilized invertebrates

Invertebrates, animals lacking a vertebral column, include sponges, corrals, worms, bivalves, snails, crustacea, sea lilies, sea urchins, starfish, insects...

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Sea urchin-fossil Sea urchin-fossil Sea urchin-The mouth is still recognizable in the center. South Carolina, USA-Length: 4 cm or 1.6 inches
Ammonite-fossil Ammonite-Normandie, France-Length: 10 cm or 3.9 inches
Cucullaea, bivalve-fossil Cucullaea, bivalve-fossil Cucullaea-bivalve-South Carolina, USA-Length: 2.5 to 5.5 cm or 1 to 2.2 inches
bivalve-fossil Bivalve-South Carolina, USA-Length: 3 cm or 1.2 inches
bivalve-fossil Bivalve-South Carolina, USA-Length: 3.5 cm or 1.4 inches
bivalve-fossil Bivalve-Dordogne, France-Length: 3.5 cm or 1.4 inches
bivalve-fossil Bivalve-Dordogne, France-Length: 18 cm or 7.1 inches
Snail-fossil Snail-Dordogne, France-Length: 5 cm or 2 inches
Snail-fossil Snails-South Carolina, USA-Length: 1 to 3 cm or .4 to 1.2inches
Coral-fossil Coral-fossil Coral-South Carolina, USA-Length: 4 to 5 cm or 1.6 to 2 inches
fossil Rudist-Charente-Maritime, France-Length: 5.5 to 15 cm or 2.2 to 5.9 inches

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