White Iridescent, 5.8" Baculites Section - South Dakota

 
This is a 5.8" long section of a large Baculites fossil from the Pierre Shale of South Dakota. It has a white opalescent shell with beautiful hues of red and green.

Baculites ("walking stick rock") is an extinct cephalopod genus with a nearly straight shell. The matrix it is preserved in has been sculpted so that it stands up freely, making for a very aesthetic display. It's approximately 75 million years old, and comes from a time when a shallow sea covered much of South Dakota.


FOR SALE
$39
DETAILS
SPECIES
Baculites sp.
LOCATION
South Dakota
FORMATION
Pierre Shale
SIZE
5.8" long
ITEM
#22809
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