- Held At: Wolverhampton Arts and Museums
- ObjectNumber: GL1523
- Object Name: Bivalve
- Object Name: Fossil
- Period: Triassic - Rhaetian
- Number of Objects: 1
- Summary: A slab of fossil bivalves called Pullastra arenicola which are approximately 200 million years old.
- Description: A slab of complete fossil bivalves which have been identified as Pullastra arenicola. The specimens are fairly well preserved and grey in colour. They have been compressed within the slab of fine grained grey limestone. The specimens measure up to 13mm x 11mm in size. They are rounded in shape. This was collected from the Westbury Formation, Penarth Group. AR 26/09/2011.
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- Terms:Dr Fraser Collection
- Colour: Grey
- Dimensions: 101mm x 95mm x 13mm
- Inscription: Label (stamp paper) on specimen `Pullastra arenicola Rhaetic Aust 93.'
- Contact: Wolverhampton Arts and Museums Service,