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nomadiclifeguide
Was at my grans house today and noticed this on her hearth. I'm looking for an I.D please. 20200827_135330.jpg  20200827_135342.jpg 
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estwing
Could it be Nodicoeloceras?
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nomadiclifeguide
I really don't know. If it is then it's the only one I have ever had I think, she has aquired it from me at some point.
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Elbert
Hello, Nodicoeloceras sp. is an option, as Zugodactylites rotundiventer is another possability; it is hard to see; the venter is to severely worn to be sure and also it is not known from wich horizon the ammonite comes from.

greets, Bert
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nomadiclifeguide
It caught my eye sitting there and I suddenly realised it wasn't a Dac commune. Are both of those mentioned fairly uncommon? 
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Elbert
Hello, compaired to D.commune these are definitely uncommon, but not knowing from wich level in the Lias it came from, it could also be something else; looking at the matrix, wich is quit light blue/gray I think it has come from the upper bit, making Catacoeloceras also a possability...
Maybe Andy can tell more.

greets, Bert
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nomadiclifeguide
Thank you Bert.
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