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Scrumpy
A few bits from last month
The 1st is a multi from Skinningrove, ID please.
All the rest are from port, and could I please have species of the Dacs
Thanks in advance
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estwing
Hi Scrumpy
IMHO,
#1 - Arnioceras (semicostatum?)
#2 - D. commune
#3 - D. commune & D. semicelatum
#4 - H. lusitanicum & maybe Peronoceras (if it has spines)
#5 & 6 - Eleganticeras
You need AndyS for a proper identification, though
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Elbert
Hello, concerning no.3: D.commune and D. semicelatum are of different age; D. semicelatum is rather older, so these species are not likely found together in Yorkshire.
I suspect it is a D. commune with a D. praepositum.

All very nice finds!

greets, Bert
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Scrumpy
Thanks for your input guys
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