Dipoloceras (Dipoloceras) cornutum (Pictet 1847)
a unique specimen, complete with rostrum; from the Middle Albian (Lower Gault Clay) of Folkestone, Kent, UK
Collected Beach exposure collected Steve Friedrich
Site: Folkestone, KENT, UK
Family: BRANCOCERATIDAE Spath, 1934 (1900)
Subfamily: MOJSISOVICZIINAE Hyatt, 1903
Species: Dipoloceras (Dipoloceras) cornutum (Pictet)
Measurement: Diameter 31mm
Albian Stage: Middle Albian
Bed & Position: Bed VI (Euhoplites lautus Zone; lautus/nitidus SubZone)
Preservation: Pyritised, nacreous shell
Comments: Complete to rostrum; unique specimen


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