← Wooster’s Fossil of the Week: A most unlikely clam — rudists from the Upper Cretaceous of the Oman Mountains
A typical heterodont clam is in the upper left of this diagram; the rest are rudist clams. In the lower right is a drawing of the type of rudist photographed above. Diagram from Schumann & Steuber (1997; Kleine Senckenbergreihe 24: 117-122).
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