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MicroFossilMan
It's from Robin Hood's Bay, N. Yorks, but I'm afraid I can't be any more precise than that (childhood acquisition).

It's 4cm long, and there's maybe a small stretch of alveolus at the end, but it's hard to be sure. It's slightly flat on the underside. It was tricky to photograph so apologies for the poor image.


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TqB
Most probably a juvenile Passaloteuthis sp.. It'll be lower Pliensbachian rather than Sinemurian.
Tarquin
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MicroFossilMan
Thanks. Again [smile]
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