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Fissilobiceras sp. (Buckman 1919)

Ludwigia

I prepped this ammonite with a diameter of 50cm. for a customer who allowed me to show it here. I had to glue the living chamber back on which was in 2 pieces and also fill a lot of gaps with modelling clay. His wife did a great job at balancing the colors with water paints. This is quite a rare find, particularly at this size.

 

ovale zone

Wedelsandstein Formation

Early Bajocian

From the Wutach Valley

 

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Ludwigia

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5 hours ago, Wrangellian said:

Impressive!

 

It certainly is, isn't it?

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Wrangellian

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Yeah, too bad it's not yours, right? Or maybe you wouldn't have room for it!

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Ludwigia

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10 hours ago, Wrangellian said:

Yeah, too bad it's not yours, right? Or maybe you wouldn't have room for it!

:D I still have a bit of space on the floor.....

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Sounds like my place... A bit of space only!

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