Beautiful and rare horn coral with clam fossil from Erie County New York from the Devonian Age, 408,000,000 to 360,000,000 years ago. This stunning specimen is a museaum quality specimen. Size: Entire Specimen 5″ x 3″ x 1.5″ Inches
During the Devonian a few freshwater fish began the transition to life on land. Here we see two different tetrapod protoamphibians, one Acanthostega and two Icthyostega in a pool along with three lungfish (Dipterus) and a placoderm (Bothriolepis). Primitive land plants, including the early trees Archeaosigillaria and Archaeopteris, are shown on the shore in the background.