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1a.jpg  1b.jpg  1c.jpg  1d.jpg  2a.jpg  2b.jpg  2c.jpg  2d.jpg  3a.jpg  3b.jpg  3c.jpg  3d.jpg  4a.jpg  4b.jpg  4c.jpg  4d.jpg  5a.jpg  5b.jpg  5c.jpg  5d.jpg  5e.jpg  6a.jpg  6b.jpg  6c.jpg  6d.jpg  A1.jpg  A2.jpg  B1.jpg  B2.jpg  B3.jpg  B4.jpg  B5.jpg  C1.jpg  C2.jpg  C3.jpg  The bottom 3 pics are of an Ammonite from the Bury Port area. Precise location not known. All the others are various views of 7 different fossils from the Bath area. If any one can identify I would greatly appreciate. Sorry for lack of ruler or poor quality. Due to Corona Virus not able to access my usual.

I think therefore I am. I doubt so maybe not. I have split personality so one of us is right.

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Barrow Museum
The ammonite might be Parkinsonia (does it have a rather smooth band around the venter?)  If so, it is Middle Jurassic (Bajocian).  But from Burry Port in Camarthenshire???  If so, it must have been brought in and lost there as there is no Middle Jurassic cropping out anywhere in this area.  Is there another Bury Port?
The bivalves - I'd suggest Pleuromya, Protocardia and Pholadomya.
The brachiopods are all Terebratulids and apart from mentioning that they look a bit like like Obovothyris, which would be found in the Abbotsbury Cornbrash Formation (Bathonian), consistent with all the others, they differ little from any other Middle Jurassic limestone fauna.  Another DiscussFossils correspondent might provide a more authoritative identification.  At least this is a start.
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Bill G
nice! Are you not able to post a proper, universal scale? A tape measure for example.
Cheers, Bill
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