ID possible? Ammonite from Quatoxhead,

Phil

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I'm really not sure but it could be a form of Psiloceras as this is one of the most common ammonites found at Quantoxhead. Schlotheimia and Alsatites are also known from there, so it might be worth researching any of these beasties.

That's a great prep job by the way. Top notch!
 

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