Bivalves belong to the invertebrate phylum Mollusca, which also includes snails, squids, and octopuses.
Some well-known bivalves include clams, scallops, mussels, and oysters.
All bivalves are aquatic, encompassing both marine and fresh-water species.
They first appeared in the fossil record over 500 million years ago.

Bi-valve.

Bi-valve
Unidentified.

West Java, Indonesia.

Pleistocene 2 million years old

Packaged in a cellophane bag with an information card
Card is 63x44mm. Aust. $10.00 each.

Mercenaria.

Bi-valve
Unidentified.

S bi01
West Java, Indonesia.
Pleistocene 2 million years old

Specimen is 50x33mm.
Aust. $15.00
All sizes are approximate
This is a one only fossil and may not be available.

Unidentified.

Polished Bi-valve
Unidentified.

S bi11
Majunga, Madagascar.
Jurassic 150 million years old

Specimen is 37x35mm.
Aust. $15.00
All sizes are approximate
This is a one only fossil and may not be available.
If you require a fossil bigger or smaller
please e-mail us with your request.

Unidentified.

Polished Bi-valve
Unidentified.

S bi10
Majunga, Madagascar.
Jurassic 150 million years old

Specimen is 40x40mm.
Aust. $15.00
All sizes are approximate
This fossil is sold, but we have another similar avaialbe.

Mercenaria.

Polished Bi-valve
Mercenaria.

S bi04
Mahajanga, Madagascar.
Jurassic 150 million years old

Specimen is 69x54mm.
Aust. $30.00
All sizes are approximate
This is a one only fossil and may not be available.
If you require a fossil bigger or smaller
please e-mail us with your request.

Scallop.

Scallop
Chesapecten jeffersonius.

S sc01
Yorktown Formation, Williamsburg, Virginia, U.S.A.

Pliocene 4 million years old

Specimen is 165x123mm.
Aust. $75.00
All sizes are approximate
This is a one only fossil and may not be available.
If you require a fossil bigger or smaller
please e-mail us with your request.

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