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brym
I've just been sorting out a box of small fossils I found at Bishop's Cleeve many years ago. I'd be grateful for help with the id's.

No 1 Oxynoticeras oxynotum?


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2 Oxynoticeras? 2.jpg   
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3 ? 3.jpg 
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4 Promicroceras planicosta?

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5 ?5.jpg 

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6 ? 6.jpg 

Finally no7 which I think has got mixed up. Possibly from Charmouth.


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Thanks Brian
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estwing
No. 2 could be Tropidoceras, and 3 looks like Eoderoceras
Mind that 5 and 7 are definitely not from Charmouth, they should be of Callovian age, 5 should be Kosmoceras and 7 Quenstedtoceras
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prep01
Agree with Quenstedtoceras.
Colin Huller
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brym
Thank you both for your help. Do you think I'm right about No 1 being Oxynoticeras oxynotum

Brian
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Al B
Oxynoticeras oxynotum is correct.  Here is another one from the same location.  Sutures are always beautiful!
 168BCQ001 Oxynoticeras oxynotum 50mm C paraloid.jpg 
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brym
Thanks Al.
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