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There is an absence of genera peculiar to hot climates, such as Conus, Oliva, Fasciolaria, Crassatella, and others.
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Accordingly, in the marls belonging to this period at Asti, Parma, Sienna, and parts of the Tuscan and Roman territories, we observe the genera Conus, Cypraea, Strombus, Pyrula, Mitra, Fasciolaria, Sigaretus, Delphinula, Ancillaria, Oliva, Terebellum, Terebra, Perna, Plicatula, and Corbis, some characteristic of tropical seas, others represented by species more numerous or of larger size than those now proper to the Mediterranean.
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Thus it contains seven species of Cypraea, some larger than any existing cowry of the Mediterranean, several species of Oliva, Ancillaria, Mitra, Terebra, Pyrula, Fasciolaria, and Conus.
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On the whole, they are very distinct in their fossils from the two upper divisions of the Antwerp Crag before mentioned (Chapter 13), and contain shells of the genera Oliva, Conus, Ancillaria, Pleurotoma, and Cancellaria in abundance.
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Thus many species of Conus and Voluta occur, a large Cypraea, C. oviformis, a very large Rostellaria (Figure 209), a species of Cancellaria, six species of Nautilus (Figure 211), besides other Cephalopoda of extinct genera, one of the most remarkable of which is the Belosepia (Figure 212).
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Examples of Conu

Example #1
The absence also of large cowries (Cyprea), those found belonging exclusively to the section Trivia, is remarkable.
Example #2
Among the testacea the genus Astarte (see Figure 128) is largely represented, no less than fourteen species being known, and many of these being rich in individuals.
Example #3
OLDER PLIOCENE FLORA OF ITALY.
Example #4
We might therefore expect, in studying the fossils of corresponding age in countries bordering the Mediterranean, to find among them some species and genera of warmer latitudes.
Example #5
Of the cones there are no less than eight species, some very large, whereas the only European cone now living is of diminutive size.
Example #6
It is, moreover, contrasted with the Suffolk Crag by the indications it affords of an extra-European climate.