Hello all and Happy New Year!
Christmas week in the UK was rather cold and snowy and the tide times weren't great either so despite having the week off I ended up confined to the house dreaming of cliff falls as the frigid Siberian easterlies battered against the coast. My first foray over to the seaside for this year took place on January 2nd and featured Port Mulgrave about 10 miles north of Whitby where the Grey Shales, Jet Rock and Alum Shales are exposed. Not a bad trip - mainly Dactylioceras tenuicostatum and possibly a Dac Clevelandicum (picture 2) which if it is will be a first for the collection but it might be a semicelatum - I can't really tell the difference between them based on available pictures - perhaps someone out there knows?
All the best