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Agoultichthys chattertoni Murray & Wilson 2008

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Agoultichthys chattertoni Murray & Wilson 2008

Upper Cretaceous

Cenomanian / Turonian

Akrabou Formation

Gara es Sbâa

Agoult

Morocco

Length 16cm / 6"

Lit.:

Martill, D., Ibrahim, N. Brito, P., Baider, L., Zhouri, S.. Loveridge, R., Naish, D. and Hing, R. (2011): A new Plattenkalk Konservat Lagerstätte in the Upper Cretaceous of Gara Sbaa, south-eastern Morocco. Cretaceous Research 32 (2011) 433-446 Link 07.2013

MURRAY, A. and WILSON, M. (2008): A NEW LATE CRETACEOUS MACROSEMIID FISH (NEOPTERYGII, HALECOSTOMI) FROM MOROCCO, WITH TEMPORAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL RANGE EXTENSIONS FOR THE FAMILY. Palaeontology, Vol. 52, Part 2, 2009, pp. 429–440.

MURRAY, A., WILSON, M., GIBB, S. and CHATTERTON, B. (2013): Additions to the Late Cretaceous (Cenomanian/Turonian) actinopterygian fauna from the Agoult locality, Akrabou Formation, Morocco, and comments on the palaeoenvironment. Mesozoic Fishes 5 – Global Diversity and Evolution, G. Arratia, H.-P. Schultze & M. V. H. Wilson (eds.): pp. 525-548, 17 figs. Link 07.2013

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Fossildude19

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Love the colors on this guy! Details are amazing!smile.gifwub.gif

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Superb collection :wub::wub: :wub:

One of TFF ornaments.

Many thanks for sharing.

Any ...whales???:o

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oilshale

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Thanks my friends, :blush: but the people here in this forum sharing their interest and their knowledge are TFF's most valuable ornament.

Thomas

PS: Whales? For God's sake! Anything that big in my home would end up in a divorce.

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