Lingula Mytiloides - in shale

Lingula Mytiloides Fossil Brachiopods In Shale
Lingula Mytiloides - in shale
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  • Family: Brachiopod
  • Species: Lingula mytiloides
  • Geological Age: Carboniferous period, 358 to 298 million years ago.
  • Location: Snabe Burn, Lanarkshire, Scotland, UK.



Lingula mytiloides are common brachiopod fossil specimens found often in shale beds. Their shells are oblong in shape, similar to muscles, these particular specimens lived during the Carboniferous period, and are from the lower Limestone strata which is found in Snabe Burn, Lanarkshire, Scotland. The fossils are in situ, in a shale matrix which measures approximately 3 cm square and comes supplied in a packet with an information label.

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