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Fossil specimen : BGS GSM37295 – Undifferentiated Type

Taxonomic Group

Kingdom Animalia

  Phylum Mollusca

    Class Cephalopoda

      Order Ammonitida

Fossil Name Kosmoceras (Lobokosmokeras) proniae (Teisseyre)
Type Status Undifferentiated Type
Name History

Kosmoceras (Lobokosmokeras) proniae (Teisseyre) – See Buckman, SS (1925)

Registration No. GSM37295
Collector Buckman Collection. 1925
Donor or Associated Person Buckman, SS. 1925
Held By British Geological Survey Logo British Geological Survey
Comments Oxford Clay - Athleta Zone. Note: this specimen is in a black glass-lidded sample box in tray 481057. Also note; there is a yellow label to say that 2 casts were made on 14.11.1972 but gives no indication as to where they are now?
Country England
Locality Summertown Brickyard - Oxfordshire.
Grid Reference Not available
Rock Unit Oxford Clay Formation
Biozone Athleta
Geological Age

Oxfordian Age (Jurassic Period) – Callovian Age (Jurassic Period) (155.6 – 164.7 Ma B.P.)


Buckman, SS. 1925. Type Ammonites plCDXXXVI

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