Abstract

The lower Cretaceous of the vicinity of Nice in southeastern France is very thin, and has many stratigraphic breaks in the Valanginian and Aptian stages. Ammonites of the Hauterivian, Barremian, and Albian stages, on the other hand, are diversified and well represented. A new species of ammonite, Lyticoceras corroyi n. sp., was found in the Hauterivian of Rayet, near Falicon, Maritime Alps.

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