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stonejumper
Found this rather large block that looked interesting any idea what it was if anything? I didn't take it by the way.20200122_095658.jpg  20200122_095701.jpg 

Also found this small vert but not alot else.
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MartynH
Hi, that looks like a very eroded ammonite in the big block and the other is a small ichthyosaur vert. 
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Dirty Pete
looks like the inner whorls of a badly worn large ammonite to me Stonejumper.

Pete
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prep01
I agree - worn ammonite and small worn Ichthyosaur vertebra.
Colin Huller
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Elbert
Hello, the ammonite looks very Lythoceras-like...

greets, Bert
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stonejumper
Thanks for the info, appreciated. I see so much when wandering about that i have no idea at all what it might be. I guess it takes a long time to learn.
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Elbert
Hello, looking at the ammonite again I realised the whole thing is ammonite; the bodychamber is blown at the end of the phragmocone, a common feature with ammonites.
Would have been worth it dragging it home; Lythoceras is not a common ammonite on that level...

greets, Bert
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