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Anadara sulcicosta (Nyst 1836)

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IRSNB 00003; Lower Tongrian, Eocene; Vliermaal, Limbourg, Belgium
IRSNB 00003

IG: 2738      Reg.: -

Age: Lower Tongrian, Eocene
Locality: Vliermaal, Limbourg, Belgium

Description: Paratype (Non Figured)

Publication: 

Nyst, P.H. (1836) Recherches sur les coquilles fossiles de Kleynspauwen et Hausselt (Province du Limboug). Messager des sciences historiques, des arts et de la bibliographie de Belgique Ou Nouvelles archives historiques, littéraires et scientifiques, 4: p. 150

Non Figured

Nyst, P.H. (1843) Description des coquilles et des polypiers fossiles des terrains tertiaires de la Belgique, Académie Royale de Belgique, 26: p. 257

Non Figured

Schenck, H.G. & Reinhart, P.W. (1938) Oligocene Arcid Pelecypods of the Genus Anadara. Mémoires de l'Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique, 2eme Série, 14: p. 25 

Non Figured

Synonyms: The specimen is mentionned as Arca sulcicosta in Nyst (1836) and Nyst (1843)

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