So, Saturday just-past, my daughter and I took a day-trip from the West-midlands to Charmouth, stopping at Aust briefly on the way home. It was mostly for her benefit (she missed out on a weekend I did in Charmouth back in March), and as a 10yo doesn't quite have the stamina for longer, more exhaustive hunts.
Amount other things, I spotted a corner of this fella sticking out of a clay slip. I believe its a section of Liparoceras contractum?
Aust is almost exactly half-way home, and I'd been hoping to make it there for a while. Not knowing what the bone bed looks like in practice, and there not having been a fall recently, it took a while to start finding things. In the 1.5 hours we were there though I found the below.
Any IDs you can make would be gratefully received. In addition, the 3rd and 4th samples, is it worth trying to break them down at all?
AUST sample 1
AUST sample 2
AUST sample 3
AUST sample 4