Cretirhynchia Plicatilis

Cretirhynchia Plicatilis Fossil Brachiopod
Cretirhynchia Plicatilis
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  • Family: Brachiopod
  • Species: Cretirhynchia plicatilis
  • Geological Age: Upper chalk, Cretaceous period, 145 to 65 million years ago.
  • Location: Dover, Kent, UK.



Cretirhynchia plicatilis is a fossil brachiopod which lived during the Cretaceous period, dating these fossil specimens to 145 to 65 million years old, they are found in the upper chalk beds of Dover, in Kent, UK and as such they are a white or off white colour. The shells are fairly small, around 2 cm in size and have faint ribbing present which can be seen with the naked eye. The specimens are completely free of matrix and come supplied in a packet with an information label.

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