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Snail Gastropod - Trepospira Depressa Fossil
Snails are gastropods that have wide, a muscular foot, a head with eyes, a mouth and tentacles. This snail, Trepospira Depressa, has a flat, spiraled shell, with ornamental whorls. You will enjoy adding these Pennsylvanian age, approximately 286 to 325 million years old, snail gastropods shell fossils to your collection. These fossil snails are from McCulloch County, Texas. Gastropod snails form a single, coiled shell with no interior chamber so that they may live in the entire interior space. The shell coils form around an axis giving a spiral shape.
An information card with details on the rock formation, mineral content, characteristics, and uses is included. Typical samples sizes are generally 1.0 to 2.0 inches in length or width but can vary based on availability and natural fossil shape.
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small Parts. Not for Children Under 3 years.
May contain sharp edges.