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Scott Taylor
Any info on the 3rd image, is it leaf print or suture? Also the devils toe nail, is that a good piece, never found anything that large so i was quite impressed
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Brittle Star

3rd pic looks like sutures of ammonites. Yes devil's toe nails do get that big there are more than one type, someone can give you the different types I am sure.

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Hello Scott, the 1st photo of the belemnite I have tweaked a bit,


but as I said before, the Boulder clay is full of errarics, This is I think from the Speeton clay (Cretaceous) but Ican't say any more.
The second one is a large bivalve, possibly a Gryphaea.
The third one is indeed part of an ammonite showing sutures (the junctions between the chambers).
The last photo I have tweaked and (I'm no expert) but I think is Dactyliocersas commune.
Colin Huller
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