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Species / Perustrombus Indicus

Perustrombus Indicus


Original Description of Perustrombus indicus by Kiel & Bandel, 1999:

  • "The medium-sized shell has no ornamentation, the spire is completely covered by callus. The aperture is long and small and a little wider on its posterior end. The margin of the outer lip is thickened with a band of callus that is grooved on the dorsal side with the groove disappearing toward the spire. The inner lip is only lightly callused. The holotype is 27 mm high and 18 mm wide."

Types: GPI 3654

Locus typicus: Ariyalur, Tamil Nadu State, Southern India

Stratum typicum: Kallankurichchi Formation, Ariyalur Group, early Maastrichtian, upper Cretaceous

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