Gryphaea arcuata

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These fossils are also known as Devil’s Toenails due to their shape. Carrying one around was thought to help with rheumatism.

Height: 32.8
Width: 37.4
Length: 71.3
Time: Jurassic (Lower Lias)
Locality: Hock Cliff, Fretherne, Gloucestershire, England
Specimen:UCD Geology Teaching Collection P-100

Mollusca Bivalvia Ostreoidea Gryphaeidae Gryphea arcuata

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3D model : Ji-Yeon Shin Text: Ji-Yeon Shin

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