Description: A lovely specimen of a fossil ammonite called Dactylioceras commune. This has bee collected by ourselves from the Commune Sub-zone, Upper Lias, Whitby. North Yorkshire.
Dactylioceras commune has evenly spaced ribs (ridges) covering the surface of its shell.
This specimen is from the Jurassic period (206 - 144 million years ago)
Location: Whitby, North Yorkshire.
Period: Jurassic (Early), Lias (Upper), Commune Sub-zone
Absoulute age: 178 - 183 my
Rock: Lias (Upper)
Zone: Commune Sub-zone
Size: 8 cm diameter
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Description: A lovely specimen of a fossil ammonite called Dactylioceras
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