Italy has many good fossil sites. Most of them are Pliocene, but there is some Pleistocene, Miocene and Eocene as well. We can show you only a few Miocene shells. There are more in our collections, but these are not yet identified.
Screen 1: Nautiloidea, Cerithioidea, Conoidea, Volutoidea.
|Aturia aturi (155 mm), colno 47749
|Turritella terebralis (190 mm), colno 47749
|Conus puschi (150 mm), colno 47749
|Ancilla species (28 mm), colno 47749
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