Dipoloceras (Dipoloceras) bouchardianum (d'Orbigny 1841) var alticarinata Spath, 1929
a rare example from the Late Albian (Upper Gault Clay) of Folkestone, Kent, UK
Catalogue No: F/A/0112/JKC
Site: Folkestone, KENT, UK
Family: BRANCOCERATIDAE Spath, 1934 (1900)
Subfamily: MOJSISOVICZIINAE Hyatt, 1903
Species: Dipoloceras (Dipoloceras) bouchardianum (d'Orbigny) var alticarinata Spath, 1929
Measurement: Diameter 28mm
Albian Stage: Late Albian
Bed & Position: Lower Bed VIII (Mortoniceras inflatum Zone; Dipoloceras cristatum SubZone)
Preservation: Pyritised

a. Wright C. W. 1996. Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology (Part L Mollusca 4 Revised) Volume 4: Cretaceous Ammonoidea

b. Spath L. F. 1929. A Monograph of the Ammonoidea of the Gault; Part VIII. Palaeontographical Society London




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