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guy macdonald
Hi guys, I split open a nice nodule whilst at Port Mulgrave last week and this beautiful ammonite was inside, I’ve put about 6 hours of prep into it so far and these are the results. Looking for an I.D. I’ve been told cleviceras elegans, any other suggestions? Is it rare for the location it was found in, thanks a lot. Before and after prep pictures shown, before is how it looked when it split. Click image for larger version - Name: 1FBAD1A2-52AE-4AAB-9D24-3727399C467A.jpeg, Views: 77, Size: 2.69 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 58FA52C6-7ABD-4577-B282-0568DB3D6FEA.jpeg, Views: 75, Size: 2.34 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 811E5AC5-F840-4DB8-87F1-9100AA3DE77D.jpeg, Views: 69, Size: 2.32 MB
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