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JURASSIC AMMONITE (PHYLLOCERAS) (VERY FINE EXAMPLE) - 180 million years old - Whitby, Yorkshire

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JURASSIC AMMONITE
  
Phylloceras heterophyllum
 
180 million years old

Upper Lias (Bifrons zone)
Whitby, Yorkshire

 
A fine example of this rare, 12 centimetre diameter ammonite from Whitby. It shows the suture lines which are where the chamber walls meet the outer shell.
  
The aperture of the ammonite has been skilfully prepared to reveal the final chamber wall which is sometimes known as a ‘cat’s paw’ due to the superficial resemblance.
 
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Size: 12 x 10 x 6 centimetres
Weight: 816 grams

Optional metal stand (£1)

PRICE: £180.00
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JURASSIC AMMONITE (PHYLLOCERAS) (VERY FINE EXAMPLE) - 180 million years old  - Whitby, Yorkshire
JURASSIC AMMONITE (PHYLLOCERAS) (VERY FINE EXAMPLE) - 180 million years old  - Whitby, Yorkshire JURASSIC AMMONITE (PHYLLOCERAS) (VERY FINE EXAMPLE) - 180 million years old  - Whitby, Yorkshire JURASSIC AMMONITE (PHYLLOCERAS) (VERY FINE EXAMPLE) - 180 million years old  - Whitby, Yorkshire JURASSIC AMMONITE (PHYLLOCERAS) (VERY FINE EXAMPLE) - 180 million years old  - Whitby, Yorkshire