Ammonite Dactylioceras sp


An exemplary Dactylioceras Ammonite specimen, found in the famously fossil rich Whitby area in Yorkshire, England.

Dactylioceras was a widespread genus of ammonites from the Lower Jurassic, approximately 180 million years ago

This specimen is encased in a formation known colloquially as a 'Cannon Ball': a natural limestone beach pebble with a skin of Iron Pyrite on it's surface, that contains the Ammonite inside.

An exquisite specimen that will be a strong addition to any collection

Size: 162mm diameter

Weight:  2778g

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