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Hi found this last month.
I picked it up thinking it was a little hildi, but it does not look like any of my other hildi’s at home. The whorls seem a lot deeper.ID would be much appreciated
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Hello, this is a Hildoceras cf. bifrons and indeed a chunky one.
Judging by the size it will be a male specimen; just a fat bloke...[biggrin]

greetings, Bert
the search is as valuable as the finds...
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Thanks Bert love the description
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