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fifbrindacier posted a topic in Fossil IDHi everybody, i need help to identify that Oxfordian Perisphinctidae i found yesterday in a quarry of Charente, South-West of France. I think it could be a Zigzagceratinae indosphinctes, but that's only a supposition. I also thought it could be a choffatia, but i don't know if they can be that big (an important part of it is lacking) as you can see on the second pic with my friend's hand as scale. The scale on the first pic is in inches. Thank you for your help.
Charentes Amber (Fouras Peninsula, ~100.5-98 Ma)
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From the album: Fossil Amber and Copal: Worldwide LocalitiesSelect specimens of Charentes amber, 5.5g in total weight (far right specimen is 2.9g, 20x19x16mm); these are the more attractive specimens of a 45.5g lot, while most are opaque with a light yellow-beige coloration; some have transparent layers alongside translucent and opaque layers, and one specimen has a marcasite inclusion near its center. This material is extremely fragile and low-fractile, crumbling quite easily. Since 2005 the original site on Fouras for this amber has since been developed, and is no longer accessible; what few exposures do remain yield very little material (this is als
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