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Found 6 results

  1. Gault Clay Fossils

    Took some pictures of a small collection of fossils i have. They are all from Folkestone (Kent) Small Ammonites Belemnites Corprolites
  2. Possible Bone Fossil, Folkestone UK

    Hello, I found this yesterday in Folkestone and was wondering if anyone can help identify whether or not it is a fossil. It is 11cm long, 4 cm wide. It seems to be fully mineralised, it pings like flint when knocked on something hard. Thanks
  3. The bad weather gave me time to spend some time classifying. so i spent some time on my albian stuff. Everything has been self collected (surface collected) over the years. Everything is also small, so i chose the screws cases to store them. Everything can be seen on a dedicated galery on TFF : here or in higher resolution on my flickr : here 8 cases... So here we go Ammonites : (3 cases) then crustaceans (2 cases) : Other inverts (2 cases) : And last one : vertebrate remains I hope you enjoy it. that's all for now.
  4. I know this is only a fragment, I'm hesitant to say small piece (Would love to see how big the whole one would have been), Found washed up on Shanklin, I know its gault clay but I'm really struggling to find out what species this is, the ridges seem so spaced / wide compared to most examples I've checked in books or online please help a newbie
  5. Folkestone Uk Ammonite And Others

    Hi Everyone, This is my first ever post, and I just wanted to let you all know that I am new to fossil hunting, but enjoy it very much. It is quite difficult for me to do on a regular basis as I live in an area of Australia that has very few interesting geological deposits, and is very low in available fossils. On a recent trip to the Uk I visited Folkestone, but as it was the middle of summer at the time, there was very little recent exposure at the base of the cliffs due to lack of rainfall. I know nothing I found here is particularly impressive, but I would love to know exactly what they are. They were all found in the Gualt Clay or on the foreshore. I'm thinking the Ammonite could be either a Euhoplites lautus or an ahoplites planus. It is around 2.3cm in diameter. The first Belemnite Guard is almost exactly 3cm in length. The small belemnite is 2cm. I think it is a Neohibolite. Finally, a tiny ammonite. It is only around 0.8cm in diameter. I found a few of these. I can take more photos in better lighting if needed. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Alice
  6. Ammonite And Other Id Please

    Hi Everyone, This is my first ever post, and I just wanted to let you all know that I am new to fossil hunting, but enjoy it very much. It is quite difficult for me to do on a regular basis as I live in an area of Australia that has very few interesting geological deposits, and is very low in available fossils. On a recent trip to the Uk I visited Folkestone, but as it was the middle of summer at the time, there was very little recent exposure at the base of the cliffs due to lack of rainfall. I know nothing I found here is particularly impressive, but I would love to know exactly what they are. They were all found in the Gualt Clay or on the foreshore. I'm thinking the Ammonite could be either a Euhoplites lautus or an ahoplites planus. It is around 2.3cm in diameter. The first Belemnite Guard is almost exactly 3cm in length. The small belemnite is 2cm. I think it is a Neohibolite. Finally, a tiny ammonite. It is only around 0.8cm in diameter. I found a few of these. I can take more photos in better lighting if needed. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Alice
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