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JURASSIC AMMONITES PRESERVED IN A CLAYSTONE NODULE - Marston Magna, Somerset

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JURASSIC AMMONITES PRESERVED
IN A CLAYSTONE NODULE


190 million years old

Lower Lias 

Marston Magna, near Yeovil, Somerset


A nodule which is crowded with numerous small ammonites tightly packed together.  The ammonites have been carefully revealed by skilful preparation work. Some of the original white ammonite shell is still present.

Ammonites are extinct marine shellfish that were common during the age of the dinosaurs, a period of the Earth's history when much of England was submerged beneath warm seas.

It has a flat base so that it displays without the need for a stand.

 
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Size: 7.5 x 7 x 2 centimetres
Weight: 169 grams

PRICE: £42.00
JURASSIC AMMONITES PRESERVED IN A CLAYSTONE NODULE - Marston Magna, Somerset
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