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You have 2 options as I see it,Lucy.
1) if you could get it prepped from the reverse you will find out for sure
2) you could grind and polish it - see my article http://www.ukfossils.co.uk/guides/Polishing%20fossils.pdf


Colin Huller
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Lucy
Picked this up from the foreshore, although heavy I had to bring it home--just wanted to share!SAM_0204.JPG SAM_0202.JPG 
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AMARSH
Blimey, thats massive. Is it an ammonite?
 

Andrew
Andrew Marsh
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danny1
There  are  large  Gastros  there

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Lucy
Well Anrew as a real beginner I wouldn't want to say it was def an ammo, but as its the second one I've found from that location, and the forum members suggested that my first find was an ammo, I'd speculate that it was!  No scentific basis for this opinion tho!
Lucy
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spider
Lucy, Im not really sure either way with this one. If it is a Gastro its very large and it could equally be an ammonite. I think its maybe too worn to do anything with although it would make a nice focal stone for the garden.
Have a nice day :0)
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