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Fly_Trap

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Hello. I found this nautilus fossil from Penarth the other day but haven't been able to ID can anyone help?

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Welcome to the forum.
Cenoceras
is the only genus that seems to be found in the Lias. Not sure of the species and I don't think anyone's revised them for a long time.

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Fly_Trap

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Thank you, and thank you for the feedback!
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It's probably a C. intermedium
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Fly_Trap

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I am in the process of removing the matrix from around it and it appears to have a very deep umbilicus (if that part of the specimen is not missing) if that will help anyone.
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Bow1980

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Never seen a nautilus from Penarth, usually seem to just be at Lavernock, but are difficult to find these days?
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