It's been a while since we had a new thread, so here's a few ammonites from the drawers at home. None are particularly spectacular or rare, I'm afraid, but still quite interesting. If anyone objects to the IDs, please shout! Most were bought so I've just taken it for granted that the identifications are correct. Desmoceras latidorsatum Quite a common ammonite, this example hails from Madagascar. It is found all over the world and lived 121-89 million years ago. This particular example is quite nice and retains its original shell material, and faint ribbing can be seen on the shell.