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Top: A small Tragophylloceras from the cliffs to the east of Charmouth.  This is a smooth ammonite that normally cleans fairly easily.  Slight wear to one edge.

Left:  Microderoceras .  Outer coil crush, chambered part of the shell calcite filled. Lyme Regis, UK

Middle: Arnioceras.  This ammonite has very sharp straight ribs.  Care with preparing as it is easy to loose the tops.  Around 35mm diameter

Right:  A good sized Promicroceras on one side, smaller specimen on the back.  Several broken and smaller specimens, indicating possibly more inside

Moderate Difficulty


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