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Fossil Identification


AMMONITE IDENT, PLEASE


skorpion   08-03-2009 om 12:57

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Hi Folks

Any ideas about this?
I found it sitting undiscovered in the bottom of my rucksack.
I don't remember where I got it from BUT I do know that it was either Whitby or Charmouth.

Regards

Pete

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omr3   12-08-2009 om 06:24

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Hi skorpion

Beautiful fossils ,upside on right corner ammonite , may be another ammonite upside left corner with some bivalves around

[Editted by omr3 on 12-08-2009 at 06:26 GMT +1]

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Sönke   08-02-2011 om 01:18

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Lid sinds: 09-04-2009
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Hi Pete,

this may be an Arnioceras, but with a little question mark because of it´s little dimension.

Nice piece!

Sönke


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Elbert   11-02-2011 om 18:31

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HI, this looks a bit like Aegoceras, but I can`t see if the ammonite has a kiel.
If it has, is probably Arnioceras, if it hasn't it will be Aegoceras, could also be Promicroceras.
Can`t make out wether it is from Yorkshire or Lyme; the rock looks like Yorkshire, the ammonite like Lyme...?
If I had to guess, I would go for Lyme Regis..

good luck with it, greetings, Bert

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