2.8" Pleistocene Gastropod (Sinistrofulgur) Fossil - Florida

This is a fossil gastropod of the species Sinistrofulgur roseae that was collected from the Pleistocene age Bermont Formation of Palm Beanch County, Florida. It is 2.8" long.

Gastropods, which are more commonly referred to as snails, have been around since the Late Cambrian period. The class Gastropoda contains a vast total of named species, second only to the insects in overall number. There are 611 known families of gastropods, of which 202 families are extinct and appear only in the fossil record.

DETAILS
SPECIES
Sinistrofulgur roseae
LOCATION
Palm Beach County, Florida
FORMATION
Bermont Formation
SIZE
2.8" long
CATEGORY
ITEM
#148570
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