ITALY: Miocene.

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 Turritella terebralis
Aturia aturi (155 mm), colno 47749
Formation unknown
Turritella terebralis (190 mm), colno 47749
Aquitanian
Conus puschi Ancilla species
Conus puschi (150 mm), colno 47749
Formation unknown
Ancilla species (28 mm), colno 47749
Tortonian
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