LOCATION Oued Zem, Morocco
FORMATION Ouled Abdoun Basin (Phosphate beds)
SIZE 65.4 mm • 2.57 in (The Biggest)
Beautiful collection of this species (Schizorhiza) of the Upper Cretaceous. Usually appears in the association of Maastrictian vertebrates of the Ouled Abdoun Basin. It has some glued and filled fractures.
The Ouled Abdoun Basin (or Khouribga Basin), located in the central sector of Morocco, is an enormous sedimentarian basin represented mostly by a vast filling of phosphate sediments. Apart from having a relevant raw material to be extracted, it has a series of very important paleontological sites in which amazing assemblages from big and small marine vertebrates are present.
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- Pez sierra fósil enraizado dientes rostrales
- Marruecos - Qued Zem
- Nombre científico
- Periodo geológico
- Upper Cretaceous, Maastrichtian stage, (~66 Million Years)
- En buen estado