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- Object Name: Ammonite
- Object Name: Fossil
- ObjectNumber: 012103
- Summary: A well preserved ammonite identified as Ancycloceratidae.
- Description: The Ancycloceratidae ammonite has very large ribs and is not completely coiled. The ribs become smaller on the more coiled part of the shell. Between the coils is a fine grained matrix infill which also partially covers the underside of the coils. CB
- Field Collection Place: Unknown
- Colour: Brown
- Geological Complex:
- Associated Period:
- Cretaceous (Lower)
- For more information contact: Dudley Museums Service