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Le Python de Caen, les algues géantes d’Amblie, et austres spécimens perdus de Leedsichthys d’Alexandre Bourienne, Jules Morière, Eugène Eudes-Deslongchamps et Alexandre Bigot.

Abstract : The descriptions of five specimens from the Bathonian-Oxfordian of Normandy, all of which were probably destroyed during allied bombing in July 1944, are reviewed as unrecognized specimens of the large suspension-feeding pachycormid Leedsichthys. Many similarities with known specimens of this taxon are noted, with the consequence that such an animal may well have been present in the Bathonian.
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Jeff Liston, Damien Gendry. Le Python de Caen, les algues géantes d’Amblie, et austres spécimens perdus de Leedsichthys d’Alexandre Bourienne, Jules Morière, Eugène Eudes-Deslongchamps et Alexandre Bigot.. L'écho des falaises, 2015, 19, pp.17-34. ⟨insu-01247531⟩

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