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Dactylioceras semicelatum ammonite fossil - Whitby, North Yorkshire

Dactylioceras semicelatum ammonite fossil - Whitby, North Yorkshire

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Ammonite fossil found near Whitby, North Yorkshire on the Jurassic coast 


Generally oval whorl section although extremely variable species (from compressed/flattened to very depressed/thick forms).  Straight (or gently convex), relatively fine, well defined, dense ribbing. Ribs run straight or slightly bent forward across the top (venter).  Maximum size ~11cm, average size ~7cm.


Actual specimen size: 5.2cm 


Age (lithology): Upper Lias; Toarcian; Tenuicostatum zone, Semicelatum subzone


Distribution: Staithes, Port Mulgrave, Runswick, Kettleness, Sandsend, Hawsker.


Occurrence: uncommon (although some destinations much more so than others)

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