An Ammonite From The Moreno Formation, Califonria

An ammonite (an extinct variety of cephalopod) from the upper Cretaceous section of the upper Cretaceous to Paleocene Moreno Formation. Collected by paleontology investigators from a locality near the western edge of California's Great Central Valley. Called scientifically, Parapachydiscus coalingis. Photograph courtesy a specific scientific publication.

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