A very rare ammonite from this locality. The ammonite has most of its keel preserved nad has an immaculate centre. Nearly all of the fossil localities around this area are no longer accessible to the collector. An important addition for the collector. Approximately 179 million years old.
A lovely calcified ammonite with beatuiful colouration. Next to the ammonite is this strange ink like pattern of organic matter, which resembles thin string. The current theory is this fossil could be the traces of Holothurian (Sea Cucumber) entrails (Which are known to eviscerate themselves when stressed or to avoid capture by predators). Paul G. Davis from Fossils from the Lower Lias of the Dorset coast.
This rare oolithic ammonite lies on a generous piece of matrix which has a flat base for display options. Any fossils from this world famous locality are extremely difficult to find thesedays. Approximately 177 million years old. The ammonite has an immaculate centre.