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AMMONITE-RICH NODULE - 190 million years old - Warwickshire

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AMMONITE-RICH NODULE

190 million years old

Lower Lias.

Southam, Warwickshire


Part of a natural limestone nodule from the famous cement works quarry at Southam.

It is studded with fragments of fossil ammonites that have the shells preserved in the mineral calcite.


This specimen was collected in 1996.

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Size:   10 x 9 x 5 centimetres
Weight:  609 grams

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AMMONITE-RICH NODULE - 190 million years old - Warwickshire
AMMONITE-RICH NODULE - 190 million years old - Warwickshire AMMONITE-RICH NODULE - 190 million years old - Warwickshire AMMONITE-RICH NODULE - 190 million years old - Warwickshire AMMONITE-RICH NODULE - 190 million years old - Warwickshire