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YearName and author
2014Ambergrisichnus Monaco et al. p. 7 figs. Figures 3.1-7

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P. Monaco et al. 2014Irregularly cylindrical permineralized structure, elongated or branched (Fig- ure 3.3), with apex showing convergent striae and strong tapering towards the tip. Dimensions varying from 20 to 40 cm (exceptionally up to 60 cm) in width, from 18 to 35 cm in length. Smooth or slightly rough outer surface (Figure 3.1, 3.2, 3.7) showing compressional structures and irregular striae, with interposed oval to subspherical and/or compressed bulges (up to 7 cm wide and 9 cm long), emerging abruptly from the surface. Concentric helicoidally envelopment in cross section, converging towards a poorly cemented nucleus (Figure 3.4, 3.6), with colour changes and locally exhibiting thin concentric bands.
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Age range: base of the Gelasian to the top of the Calabrian or 2.58800 to 0.78100 Ma

Collections (3 total)

Time interval Ma Country or state Original ID and collection number
Gelasian2.588 - 1.806Italy (Umbria) A. alleronae (200419)
Calabrian1.806 - 0.781Italy (Umbria) A. alleronae (149603 200420)