Pygocardia Rustica

Pygocardia rustica
Pygocardia Rustica
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  • Family: Bivalve
  • Species: Pygocardia rustica
  • Geological Age: Pliocene, Scaldisian, 5 - 2.5 million years ago.
  • Location: Kallo, Antwerp, Belgium.



Pygocardia rustica are an extinct species of bilvalve found through out various localities in Europe. They have a large smooth shell which also appears to exhibit excellent, clear growth lines. These particular fossil specimens were found in Kallo, Antwerp, Belgium and are from the Pliocene period, dating them to between 5 to 2.5 millions years old. They have a pale grey or off white colour and measure approximately 5 cm in size, these fossil specimens are ideal for educational use or serious collectors, they come supplied in a packet with an information card.

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