This is one of the finest examples of a Lytoceras from this locality we have come across to date. The very centre is virtually immaculate and the ornamentation is very clear. The ammonite has been naturally eroded on one side as with most Lytoceras from this location. Nearly all the fossil bearing sites around this area are sadly no longer accessible to collect fossils. Approximately 180 million years old.
This beautifully preserved, matrix free Strigoceras will make an important addition to an Oolite collection. The specimen has been prepared both sides and has some of its original shell intact. Quality ammonites from this world famous locality are becoming more and more difficult to obtain. Approximately 167 million years old.
This very nice specimen has been preserved in solid calcite and has an immaculate centre. The slight crushing of the outer whorl really adds to the overall aesthetics. Ammonites of this quality are becoming increasingly hard to find from this locality. Approximately 180 million years old.