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andy333
With the vertical umbilical wall and the size I would go with Parapuzosia austeni.
Well done.
Andy
Crossing the eyes and dotting the teas.
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RockFossil
Hi Peeps,

Just returned from a trip to the medway vally and managed to find this 'little' ammonite from a recent  rockfall. Strata is Lower Cenomanian. I've attempted to ID using 'Fossils of the Chalk' but would like some help please. My guess is it's Parapuzosia austeni. I spent a further hour looking through the remaining debris hoping to find the rest but no joy.

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Kosmoceras

I also agree, looks like Parapuzosia austeni. Shame it is broken but it really indicates the size these were.
Regards,
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