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Rich Petrie

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Afternoon
Found this recently at Lyme Regis. Does anyone know what it is please and any ideas on how to clean it up?
Thanks in advance 👍

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Hello and welcome to the forum. I'm no expet on ammonites and you only have a partial specimen, but I think this is an Asteroceras. As for cleaning it - I would think a scalpel or similar and a stiff brush. Please delete you duplicate posts.


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