Callista Erycinoides

Callista Erycinoides Bivalve Fossil
Callista Erycinoides
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  • Family: Bivalve
  • Species: Callista erycinoides
  • Geological Age: Miocene epoch, Neogene period, 23 to 5 million years ago.
  • Location: Leognan, France.



Callista erycinoides are a species of marine bivalve which are still found today, however, these fossil specimens are from the Miocene epoch and are from Leognan, France. They are fairly large, however, quite fragile due to the shells being thin, care is advised when handling the specimens. The shells are smooth but exhibit clear growth lines which can easily be viewed even with out magnification. These particular fossil sample are around 2.5 inches in size, supplied in a a card tray with an information label.

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