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- Family: Bivalve
- Species: Plicatula placunea
- Geological Age: Aptian stage, Lower Cretaceous, 125 to 113 million years ago.
- Location: Lioux, France.
Plicatula placunea are bivalve fossils which are found in Lioux, France, they are estimated to be from the Aptian stage in the Lower part of the Cretaceous period,making them between 125 to 113 million years old. These particular samples are low grade and suitable for education use or for children, they are grey to an off white colour and measure approximately 2 cm in size.Each fossil sample will come supplied in a packet with an information label.