Whiteia woodwardi

Price on Request
Contact us for a quote
From the Eotriassic layers from Madagascar 4 Coelacanth species have been described. The Whiteia woodwardi is the most common species but that said, they are rarely found of this quality. This unique piece is both positive and negative and has incredibly detailed fossilisation. All details of every single scale is preserved as well is the bone that will with evolution become the humerus. Incredible fossil from a still existing fish species.
Whiteia woodwardi
Lower Triassic (252.17 - 247.2 mil y)
148 mm - 5.8"
Very good

Evolution2Art © 2022

Terms & Conditions