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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
Hi

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.
JW

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prep01
Hello Scott, the 1st photo of the belemnite I have tweaked a bit,

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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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