A very good quality example with an immaculate centre and preserved in solid pyrite. This zonal ammonite was discovered in 1983 from a classic locality alongside the river Brue. Approximately 195 million years old.
This lower liassic ammonite has been preserved within a small limestone nodule which also has a cut base for upright display options. Approximately 200 million years old, this fossil will make a lovely and unique aquisition for either the home or office space.
A top quality solid calcite ammonite which has had a bite mark taken out of its living chamber, either by a Furo or Dapedium, two predatory fish around at this time. The matrix has a flat base for display options. Approximately 200 million years old.