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Hello all. I found this ammonite last year on holiday at Runswick Bay. it was on a large fallen block which I over turned and found on  the other side. I was on the Kettelness side of the bay. Any help would be great. Thankyou.














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AndyS
It has the characteristic preservation of a Dactylioceras (Orthodactylites) crosbeyi, which is rarely found unflattened.
Good complete specimen with mouth border, congratulations !
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Gerald Gibson
Jez:

Excellent specimen.  It even has the opening chamber of the ammonite.  Nice find!

---- Gerald
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Jez
AndyS

Thankyou for the ID conformation. I was really hoping that it was. but I just wasn't sure.
Really Pleased thankyou.
 
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prep01
Very nice - well done!
Colin Huller
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Jez
Thankyou for all your comments.
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