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Neolissoceras grasianum

Neolissoceras is characterised by a semi-involute smooth shell, in which the sides of the whorls are flat, while the venter is broad and rounded. The narrow umbilicus is funnel shaped. The genus neolissoceras was very common in the Lower Cretaceous throughout the Mediterranean, as well as in the western Carpathians. It says 'Hello'.

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