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- Family: Brachiopod
- Species: Stiphrothyris tumida
- Geological Age: Jurassic period,Bajocian age, 170 to 168 million years ago.
- Location: Upper inferior Oolite bed, Cooper’s Hill, Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK.
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Stiphrothyris tumida are fossil brachiopods which lived during the Jurassic period, particularly the Bajocian age which was between 170 to 168 million years ago, they are from the terebratula family, and look fairly similar tothem, even having a similar zig zap shaped shell mouth and over all shape. These fossil specimens have been cleaned and so are free of matrix, they were collected from the upper inferior Oolite bed on Cooper's Hill in Stroud, Gloucestershire, UK. Each specimen measures approximately 3 cm in size and comes supplied in a packet with an information label.