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Pseudolioceras lythense ammonite fossil - Whitby, North Yorkshire

Pseudolioceras lythense ammonite fossil - Whitby, North Yorkshire

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Ammonite fossil found in Whitby, North Yorkshire 

Pseudolioceras lythense (Young & Bird, 1828)


Compressed (flattened) discus shaped ammonite, with vertical or undercut umbilical walls (bottom edge of the whorl).  Narrow top (venter) to the whorl, which has a strong sharp keel.  The ribs perform sinuous curves and usually the body chamber is crushed.


Age (lithology): Upper Lias; Toarcian; Bifrons zone; Commune and Fibulatum subzones.

 Actual ammonite size: 3.3cm 

Distribution: Port Mulgrave, Kettleness, Sandsend, Hawsker, Ravenscar.


Occurrence:  Relatively common

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