A Pair of Acanthochirana (Shrimp) From Lebanon
Late Cretaceous Period- C. 100-66 Million Years Ago
Order to which the fossil belongs: Decapoda
Name of which the family belongs: Penaeidae
Informal name of the fossil: Shrimp
Shrimp have long antennae which are longer than the body and the abdominal segments overlap each other and a tail spine is spindle shaped.
Nice definition of a pair of shrimp on a matrix of sub-oolitic limestone.
Matrix: 88mm x 95mm length
Shrimp: 38mm & 40mm length
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