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Gen. et sp. indet.

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Gen. et sp. indet.

Erratic boulder found in Poland so no geological context, but I'm guessing Cretaceous circa about ;-) Can you identify this species? Maybe Lopha sp.?

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Certainly has some similar characteristics to our Lopha species from the Cretaceous of Texas.  But I don't have any clue which ones are also represented in Poland.

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Gen. et sp. indet.

Thanks :)

(Mind you, as it is an erratic boulder, it could as well come from current Sweden.)

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