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Cretaceous

  • Upper Cretaceous
    • Santonian

Aporrhaidae from the Santonian:

Harpagodidae from the Santonian:

Pugnellidae from the Santonian:

Spinilomatidae from the Santonian:

Spinigeropsis damesi (Müller, 1898); upper Campanian, upper Cretaceous; Stemweder Berg, Dielingen, Stemwede, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany; 1978; Coll. Ulrich Wieneke


References

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