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Doug
Hi all,
I find this at port mulgrave a couple of months ago, it is attached to some broken ammonite pieces and I have no idea what it is. Any help would be much appreciated?

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Elbert
Hello, it looks like this nodule has on one side an ammonite; Phylloceras sp. and a phragmocone of a belemnite on the other side (the striped bit).

greetings, Bert
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prep01
I can't tell too much from the photos, but it reminds me of Gyrosteus myrabilis (fish, Sturgeon ).
Colin Huller
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Doug
Thanks for your help.The other side looks like loads of fragmented ammonite pieces. I will put up some more pics
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Crann
prep01 wrote:
I can't tell too much from the photos, but it reminds me of Gyrosteus myrabilis (fish, Sturgeon ).


Me too, more photos in good light would help. Cheers.
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