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Jo Amsel

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Home Catesby near Jurassic way

Think we have another very large Devil’s Toenail, nice little complete scallop type shell, coprolite , other shells
Ammonite imprint, maybe a claw and couple don’t know.

We could set up a stall with Devil’s Toenails and belmnites. They are everywhere.

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Ah, that location has confirmed my dates! Please could I as you to post photos of specimen separately (from different angles) and label them - it helps!
Your 1st photo is of the large oyster Gryphaea bilobata, but don't know what the small thing is above it.
2nd photo L>R are Echinoderm (sea urchin); / a pebble; part of an ammonite mould; no idea and a Gastropod (sea snail).
3rd photo L > R part of an ammonite; Gastropd; coral.
4th photo I don't think is a fossil, might be flint brought in via gravel.

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