This beautifully preserved Ludwigia was collected in 2001. Ammonites from this locality are becoming increasingly scarse to collect due to the lack of erosion and over collecting by Universities, school parties and private individuals alike. The ammonite has been preserved in a light yellow calcite with a hint of blue running through it. The matrix has a cut base for ease of display and is approximately 175 million years old.
This superb display multi-ammonite fossil would grace any collection. The smaller of the three ammonites has a bite mark taken out of it either by a predatory fish or a juvenile Ichthyosaur. Leioceras comptocostatum is a highly variable ammonite as can be seen on the block. This particular locality is no longer accessible to the collector. Many hours of preparation have gone into this beautiful display fossil. The matrix has a level base for display purposes. Approximately 176 million years old.