• Geological Age: Cretaceous period, 145 to 65 million years ago.
• Location: Morocco
• Family: Gastrpod
• Species: Unknown – Sea Snail
High quality gastropod fossil shells from the Cretaceous period, collected from Morocco, these specimens exhibit excellent morphological detail, the shell shape and coil are seen clearly, samples are 10 mm in size and supplied in optional weights and will come in a bag with a label.
Neptunia Contraria, an unusual Gastropod because unlike the majority, this one coiled it’s shell to the left. Hence the name Contraria. The name for this type of coiling is sinistral. Each specimen is supplied in a 3″x2″ white card tray.