This beatifully preserved multi ammonite piece was discovered at an iconic liassic locality several years ago. These highly rich ammonite pieces are becoming very scarse. Multi ammonite specimens are always desirable amongst collectors. Approximately 200 million years old.
A very good example of this uncommon Oolithic ammonite which has been preserved in solid light brown calcite and has a very good centre. The matrix has a cut base for upright display, the inner whorls have strong ribbing and nodes. Approximately 174 million years old.
A superb example of a predatory bite mark taken out of the living chamber of a Promicroceras either by a Dapedium or Furo, two fish around at this time. There is also a complete ammonite at the side which is a lovely feature. Approximately 200 million years old.
This rare Oolithic ammonite has been fully prepared and has an immaculate centre. The ammonite has very strong ribbing and lies in a small piece of matrix. An important addition for the collector. Approximately 176 million years old.