Fossils of Ohio, poster NOW 25% OFF

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Fossils of Ohio Poster, 18- x 24-inch format, full color. The Fossils of Ohio poster features photographs of fossils from Bulletin 70. A photograph of the Ordovician trilobite Isotelus, Ohio's official state fossil, is centered and surrounded by seven additional photographs of common Ohio fossils: a brachiopod, a cephalopod, a crinoid, an arthrodire fish, another species of trilobite, a seed fern, and a coral. Poster will ship rolled in a tube. 



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Fossils of Ohio, poster NOW 25% OFF 


18 X 24 inches
Item 2402 

Category: Posters
Class: Not Specified

$7.50 

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