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Bobo the bear
Finally managed to do a bit of prepping  nodules from Kettleness and Runswick.

I would guess they are all Dactylioceras commune

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Elbert
Hello, first one could be a partial Zugodactylites, but I am not totally sure.
The last two are indeed D. commune.
Nice finds!

greetings, Bert
the search is as valuable as the finds...
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Bobo the bear
Elbert wrote:
Hello, first one could be a partial Zugodactylites, but I am not totally sure.
The last two are indeed D. commune.
Nice finds!

greetings, Bert

Thx Bert,
Just partially prepped another one- much larger this time from between Runswick and Port Mulgrave about 10 cm... I am guessing again that it is Dac. commune and not Zugodactylites.
I looked on-line and couldn't see an obvious difference. Click image for larger version - Name: IMG_20180713_152635081[1].jpg, Views: 19, Size: 4.69 MB Click image for larger version - Name: IMG_20180713_152608887[1].jpg, Views: 19, Size: 5.03 MB
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