Zeilleria Woodwardi

Zeilleria Woodwardi Fossil Brachiopod
Zeilleria Woodwardi
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  • Family: Brachiopod
  • Species: Zeilleria woodwardi
  • Geological Age: Lower Greensand, Cretaceous period, 140 to 100 million years ago
  • Location: Shenley Limestone, Leighton Buzzard, UK.



Zeilleria woodwardi is an extinct species of brachiopod which belongs to the terebratulidae family. As such,they have an oblong shaped shell with growth lines visible on the surface, the specimens were found in the shenley limestone beds in Leighton Buzzard, UK and are 3 cm in length, thought to be of Cretaceous age, dating them to between 140 to 100 million years old they fossil specimens come supplied in a packet with an information label.

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