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- Object Name: Bivalve
- Object Name: Fossil
- ObjectNumber: Geology Temp 6
- Summary: A fossil Gryphaea sp. bivalve also know as a Devil's Toe Nail, Jurassic in age.
- Description: A fossil Gryphaea sp. bivalve, also know as a Devil's Toe Nail. The specimen shows clear growth lines with a pale grey/brown, fine grained limestone matrix cemented to its surface. A small patch of resin is present on its upper surface. AR/CB
- Dimensions: Fossil - 59mm x 40mm x 38mm
- Colour: Grey/Brown
- Associated Period:
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