Preserved on a bed of "Tuning Fork" graptolites (Didymograptus murchisoni) is this undetermined cystoid. This is the first example we have ever seen from this location and what makes it more special is the graptolites around it. A fabulous and extremely rare fossil.
Lyme Regis being one of the most famous fossiliferous locations in the world, is always associated with its fine marine animals. However, on very rare occasions fossil insects can be found. This specimen from a small piece of woodstone, exhibits a set of complete wing cases,which is exceptionally rare! These particular fossils are highly sought after throughout the world by collectors. Approximately 200 million years old.