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Myoida Bivalve fossils (απολιθώματα διθύρων)



Several Myoida Bivalve fossils in a piece of dark grey sedimentary rock/ sea pebble, spotted and photographed in an Agios Nikolaos beach, Crete island, Greece.

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ChristosMaroulis 8 years ago

:-) :-) :-)

Lol Christos, It only took me 2 years, to reach that number of spottings! Let's see how long it will take to post another 1500!

ChristosMaroulis 8 years ago

1500 spottings!!! Perfect!!! Congratulations Despina!!!

Δήμος Αγίου Νικολάου, Κρήτη, Greece

Spotted on Sep 20, 2014
Submitted on Sep 23, 2014

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