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Visted Thorncombe on Sunday 18th September, not the ideal time to come after the summer period but a holiday in cornwall brought me down this way so thought why not. Having walked from Eype this time across to Thorncombe we started to examine the junction bed blocks in detail, lots of belamites in the junction block included traces of bivalves. Having been fossiling for quite some time we found it hard going for ammonite traces with the only few pieces being very weathered, in total two ammonites were found one smaller than a 1p coin (pic to follow) another was underneath a giant block of junction bed. Slippages from eype to Thorncombe were checked carefully and the beach combed very well, not much here at the moment.
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