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nomadiclifeguide
Could someone identify the spinney ammo on the top left please, i have never seen one like it from this location.
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AndyS
And that location would be ... ?
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nomadiclifeguide
Sorry, thoght it was fairly obvious. Skye. Bearreraig.
Any ideas anyone?
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Dirty Pete
Haven't a clue re ID, but I'm curious to know why the block is fairly obviously from Skye?
Cheers
Pete
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AndyS
It is a typical Luwigia specimen from the Aalenian, just wanted to be sure.
Ludwigia is very variable, and I think your "spiny" ammonite is also a Ludwigia, e.g. Ludwigia lataecosta.
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nomadiclifeguide
Thanks Andy, we have done a lot in this location and have never seen another.Should be nice when prepped.
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