Aulacosphinctoides brownei (Marshall, 1901). An ammonite; AU-C1547


Geological Collections, The University of Auckland


Aulacosphinctoides brownei (Marshall, 1901). An ammonite

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A well preserved fossil ammonite (a kind of extinct squid with a shell) from the Late Jurassic (148 million years old). Puti Point, Kawhia Harbour, North Island, New Zealand.

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