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spider
I reckon your right Pete. A broken ammonite shell that was sediment filled, fossilised and then finally sea worn to give the definable suture structure visible now. It seems a bit complex for a burrow or the like.
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fossilfin
Hello all,
 

Down at Charmouth on 25th Sep...lots of nice finds, amongst which was this - any help would be appreciated. It is 30mm high. Thanks in advance.Charmouth_fossil_057.JPG 

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beatpete
Hi Fossilfin
I think it's a piece of an ammonite chamber, you can see what looks like the leaf-like structure that represents the intersection between chamber and external shell
Beatpete
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Anywhere for little ammonites, twice as far for big ones!
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fossilfin
Thank you for the I.D - a fairly large ammonite then!
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