Philip Thompson

Mon, 20 Mar 2017 22:15:16 +0000

Pelecypods (peh-les'-i-pods) include oysters, clams, mussels, and cockles. They have been found in some of the oldest marine rocks known and still are very numerous in the seas and rivers today. In the past, some pearl buttons were made from clam shells from the Illinois and Mississippi Rivers. This major industry caused near extinction of some specie


    collecting shark teeth and other fossils.

    1896 Original Antique Engraving of Fossils from the Paleozoic Era, Cambrian, Silurian and Devonian Period

    1852 Antique paleontology print vintage, prehistoric trilobite plate by LyraNebulaPrints.

    Sharks teeth identification chart.

    cephalopod fossils

    IL gastropod fossils

    images of echinoderm fossils

    Brachiopods are marine animals with two shells, an upper one and a lower one.

    Ammonites Fossils Neocmite Bostrychoceras Prehistoric Fish Shells From a 1930s Encyclopedia Color Lithograph Print

    IL blastoid fossils