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Ammonite certainly, a big Lytoceras?
Tarquin
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marlowe
Is this part of a flattened ammonite? Found at Port Mulgrave size last week.SAM_1219e.JPG 
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rab7ies
 hi marlowe ,looks like a mammoth tooth to me,but then i know not alot about ammonites.
down amongst the stones.
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gigantopithicus
 I can kind of see what you mean, would help to see it in profile, could be an impression of the outer surface around the keel

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Bill G

I think its a segment of an ammo' whorl, the indentations being where that whorl, overlays the outer surface of the previous whorl.

Edited by Bill G 2011-05-26 21:10:29
Cheers, Bill
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margaret128

I daren't offer an opinion, poor Bill has been tested to the limit by me, but well done, nice finds. I'll leave id to expertsSmile

Maggie F.
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dinogary
i agree with bill...
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Naze Dave
I also agree with Bill
Thanks
Dave
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rab7ies
so do i..was just saying what it looked like, lol.
down amongst the stones.
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