Two Permian Amphibians (Sclerocephalus) - Pfalz, Germany

This is an incredible fossil amphibian (Sclerocephalus) plate. It is two Sclerocephalus, the larger 13.6" and the smaller 9.2". These are wonderfully preserved amphibians. Areas of skin, legs, and hands/feet can be clearly seen. The shale they are preserved on measures 17.0" x 15.5" and has been backed with fiberglass for stability.

The fossil beds of Pfalz in southwestern Germany have yielded many spectacular Permian fossils for many years, but this location has been closed to collecting for decades, making such specimens increasingly rare on the market. The Rotliegendes series of mud and siltstones is renowned for its abundant fish and amphibian fossils and this stunning assemblage is a perfect representation of aquatic life that thrived in the area 285 million years ago.
Sclerocephalus sp.
Pfalz, Germany
13.6" largest, 9.2" smaller, 17.0 x 15.5" Rock
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