Fossil of Dactylioceras tenuicostatum (Young & Bird, 1822)

Fossil of ammonite Dactylioceras tenuicostatum (Young & Bird, 1822)

Provenance: Kettleness, Whitby, Yorkshire, England

Age: Toarciano, Lower Jurassic. 180 m.d.a.

Weight: 0.400 Kg

Sample size: approx.10 x 9 x 3 cm

Ammonite size: 8.8 cm in diameter


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A well-preserved example of an inferior Jurassic ammonite from a classic British town. They can be found in nodules based on an iron ore (pyrite) along the coast at the foot of the famous Jurassic Coast cliffs.

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