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Cerithium sp. (Bruguière 1789)

Cerithium sp. (Bruguière 1789)


2cm. long. From the Italian Alps in province Verona. Eocene Priabonian. Obtained on a trade with Redlichia.

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Gastropods and Bivalves Worldwide

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Taken with Canon Canon PowerShot SX230 HS

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What is the age of the two shells that you obtained from Redlichia? They both look the same as the Chalcedony replaced shells coming out of Morocco which no one can agree as to being Eocene or Cretaceous.


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He told me that they are both from the Eocene. The Cerithium is from the Priabonian and the Pyrazus from the Bartonian. I'll add that to the information.

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