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Ancient Mollusc Shells from Paleocene and Eocene Epochs

Ancient Mollusc Shells from Paleocene and Eocene Epochs

Conical shells dating from the Paleocene and Eocene displayed at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. Pictured are Calyptraphorus trinodiferus, Clinuropsis pagodiformis, Volutilithes muricinus, Athleta cithara, Campanile giganteum, Hipponyx cornucopiae, Bullia atilis, Velates schmiedeli, Athleta luctatrix, and Struhioptera camachoi.
Galleries: Molluscs, Shells, Smithsonian Museum of Natural History
Keywords: 55-37 million years ago, athleta cithara, athleta luctatrix, bullia atilis, calyptraphorus trinodiferus, campanile giganteum, clinuropsis pagodiformis, district of columbia, eocene, hipponyx cornucopiae, museum of natural history, national museum of natural history, natural history, palocene, shell, shellfish, smithsonian, struhioptera camachoi, velates schmiedeli, volutilithes muricinus, washington dc
Photo Location: National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC
Photographer: Chad Cullen
Date of Photo: 06/26/2009
Device Make: Canon
Device Model: Canon EOS 5D
Exposure Time: 1/400
F Number: 28/10
Original Dimensions: 4228×2819
Picture Orientation: Landscape
GPS Coordinates: 38°53'27.64"N 77°1'33.45"W
Picture Number: 8133