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Scrumpy
Hi everyone
Found these four Hildi’s at port.
The first I think is a Hildocreas bifrons
The second and third Hildocreas lusitanicum,
The fourth I thought was another lusitanicum but the ribs are far finer than any other I have.
Any thoughts would be most welcome.

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Crann
Might just be the age of the Ammonite at death, I have a few variations.
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Scrumpy
Andy S has came back on another forum saying it is a slightly pathological H. bifrons
Cheers Rob
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Crann
Yep
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