Catalog Number: CG-0042

Limestone found in water usually yields better specimens. The water works its way into the cracks and crevices within the rock and specimens often come out easier compared to dry limestone. This specimen of Metacoceras is one of my best ones yet, coming out in once piece and showing a lot of detail.

Metacoceras
Showing smaller portion of cone intersecting the larger section, on the left side of this image.
Metacoceras
There is still some matrix that can be removed from the left side. The underside as well, however this may make the specimen fragile.
Metacoceras, stream eroded side.
Showing stream eroded side of specimen. Specimen exists top left.

Metacoceras Specimens

CG-0004Metacoceras I
CG-0005Metacoceras II
CG-0021Metacoceras III
CG-0034Metacoceras IV
CG-0037Metacoceras V
CG-0042Metacoceras VI
CG-0065
CG-0071A Complete Metacoceras
CG-0075Metacoceras Group
CG-0076
CG-0077
CG-0078
CG-0079
CG-0080
CG-0092Metacoceras Specimen