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Rhinochelys pulchriceps (Owen, 1851)

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London, United Kingdom

  • Title: Rhinochelys pulchriceps (Owen, 1851)
  • State province: England
  • Specific epithet: pulchriceps
  • Scientific name authorship: (Owen, 1851)
  • Locality: Folkestone
  • Latest period or highest system: Cretaceous
  • Latest era or highest erathem: Mesozoic
  • Latest epoch or Highest series: Early Cretaceous
  • Latest eon or highest eonothem: Phanerozoic
  • Latest age or Highest age: Albian
  • Identified by: Master - Dr Angela C. Milner; Natural History Museum, London; Palaeontology; Milner
  • Identification Qualifier: Fossils of the Gault Clay, p. 301, pl. 56, fig. 4
  • Higher geography: Europe; British Isles; England; Kent; Folkestone
  • Group: Selborne Group
  • Genus: Rhinochelys
  • Formation: Gault Clay Formation
  • Earliest period or lowest system: Cretaceous
  • Earliest era or lowest erathem: Mesozoic
  • Earliest epoch or lowest series: Early Cretaceous
  • Earliest eon or Lowest eonothem: Phanerozoic
  • Earliest age or Lowestst age: Albian
  • Country: British Isles
  • Continent: Europe
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