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pwoodger
I found this recently in Seatown. It has two rows of spines.
I am new to this hobby/pastime/passion though I have collected a few specimens over the years. I have now retired and hope to get out much more. I am hopeless at identifying though and will be posting quite a few over the next weeks for help with this. Any tips on good books would be  appreciated. DSC02171.JPG  There is no keel on this ammonite DSC02172.JPG
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prep01
really need to see the keel head on.....
Colin Huller
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pwoodger
Many thanks. I am very new to this and appreciate the reply. I will add the photo now.
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prep01
Liparoceras
Colin Huller
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snowyandtintin
Colin is spot on!
It's a section of a Liparoceras, probably from the Green Ammonite Member of the Charmouth Mudstone Formation.
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