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Teffichthys madagascariensis fish fossil, positive and negative from Madagascar

Teffichthys madagascariensis fish fossil, positive and negative from Madagascar

  • Country: Madagascar
  • Region: Middle Sakamena Formation Beroroha
  • Period: Early Triassic (201.3-174.1 million years)
  • Material: Fish fossil
  • Size: 11 x 7.5 cm
  • Weight: 460 gram total
Object number: G22033-3
€ 120,00
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  • Complete preserved fish in a nodule, the eyes, fins and scales are clearly shown. Here is a beautifull, all natural specimen.
  • Teffichthys madagascariensis is an extinct species of fish that belonged to the group of bony fish called actinopterygians.

    The fish fossil of Teffichthys madagascariensis was discovered in the Mahajanga Basin in northwestern Madagascar. The Mahajanga Basin is known for its rich fossil record, including a diverse range of marine and terrestrial organisms from the Late Cretaceous.

    Based on available information, Teffichthys madagascariensis is considered a relatively small fish, estimated to have reached a length of about 15 centimeters. The fossil remains of Teffichthys madagascariensis include partial skeletons, consisting of elements like vertebrae, scales, and fin rays.

     

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Teffichthys madagascariensis fish fossil, positive and negative from Madagascar
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