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hi guys, i was hoping you could help me with this i am quite unused to hybodonts so i would really appreciate help, so far i believe it is Planohybodus grossiconus due to the striations being very short and only at the base of the tooth, here is a paper that describes bathonian hybodonts where i got my info from bathonian hybodonts thanks
In October 2020 I went to Watton Cliff for my first foray into microfossil hunting. I have since dissolved some of the matrix I collected in 20% acetic acid and one of the things I found, amongst all of the crinoid pieces is this. I'm not sure what it is but I'm guessing it's part of a fish. Are the rings visible on the reverse side annual growth rings? The sample I collected from Watton Cliff is from a loose sandy layer within the Forest Marble and is Bathonian in age. Thanks for giving it a look, as I sort and take more pictures I may post more of what I've found. Ther