14 Radiolara, arranged mount

Product number: F120

€199.00*

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Product information "14 Radiolara, arranged mount"

14 selected and arranged Radiolaria worldwide,
arranged in two panels or as a circle.
Fossil marine material on slide (26 x 76mm) with decorative label.

See example picture in dark field illumination.

The photo serves as an example. Colors may differ slightly from the original item for technical reasons.
You will receive a specimen of equivalent quality.





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