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Specimens are available for use in a wide variety of organic and inorganic testing procedures. Organic samples can be utilized for dissection purposes or studying whole preserved or life specimens, with practical examples in cellular biology or the internal structures of whole organs and complex multicellular systems. Rock specimens are useful for studying textures, grain sizes, and other features brought about by pressure, temperature, and other natural forces, offering a glimpse into the Earth’s geological history.


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Description:   Dickinsonia costata and Parvancorina minchami (PreCambrian) Fossil Reproduction
Catalog Number: (470237-638)

Description:   Huntonia purdue (Devonian) Fossil Reproduction
Catalog Number: (470237-646)

Description:   Camerate crinoid crown and stem.
Catalog Number: (470237-632)

Description:   Actinocrinites gibsoni (Mississippian) Fossil Reproduction
Catalog Number: (470237-634)

Description:   Protolindenia wittei (Jurassic) Fossil Reproduction
Catalog Number: (470237-640)

Description:   Isotelus maximus (Ordovician) Fossil Reproduction
Catalog Number: (470237-636)

Description:   Large, complete, display-quality trilobite.
Catalog Number: (470237-642)

Description:   Paradoxides harlani (Cambrian) Fossil Reproduction
Catalog Number: (470237-644)

Description:   Phacops rana milleri (Devonian) Fossil Reproduction
Catalog Number: (470237-630)

Description:   Early fossil of a frond-like organism.
Catalog Number: (470226-644)

Description:   A complete and highly detailed "Sea scorpion", New York State's official fossil.
Catalog Number: (470306-894)

Description:   This bivalve fossil replica looks like a shell you would find at the beach, but it is representative of an organism that lived millions of years ago.
Catalog Number: (470306-898)

Description:   This fossil replica represents an ancient sea urchin that crawled along the seafloor, feeding on algae. Although they are rarely preserved, echinoderm...
Catalog Number: (470306-900)

Description:   Ammonites grew their shells from calcium carbonate and grew constantly throughout their life span. A relative of octopi and squids today, ammonites sw...
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