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Naturkunde-Museum Bielefeld (namu) Erdgeschichtliche Sammlung [ES/jb 9967]


Parkinsonia-Brekzie (Naturkunde-Museum Bielefeld (namu) CC BY-NC-SA)
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Fossilklumpen, die fast ausschließlich aus Ammoniten der Gattung Parkinsonia bestehen (Parkinsoniabrekzien), die im Durchmesser bis 20 cm und größer sein können. Sie stammen wahrscheinlich aus den Parkinsonienschichten (Mittlerer Jura) der landesweit bekannten Tongruben in Bethel.
Das Bindemittel ist meist kalkig, seltener tonig-mergelig.

Fund: Slg. Satzinger, Bethel I, Bielefeld-Gadderbaum

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29 x 18 cm

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[Last update: 2017/05/08]

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