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Found an unusual ammonite in the Kimmeridge Clay at Ringstead Bay, Dorset today. Searches on the internet for a name have proved fruitless. Is anyone able to help out?
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It’s an Amoeboceras Bauhini, it marks the boundary between Oxfordian and Kimmeridgian Click image for larger version - Name: 62430918-135F-4FDD-BCE5-904A919E9C09.png, Views: 33, Size: 491.70 KB
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