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Woodbine Ammonites


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Over many years I have collected quite a few different species of cephs from the woodbine this is one type that is unusual.

I will post different cephs on this thread and give some overall as to what I tthink I have.

If there is any difference "identification" in what I have then by all means please let me know.

Here is the first specimen.

Both about the size of a half dollar1.4 "

Jess B.

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Nice-----Tom

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Thanks that will avoid a lot of whassit questions.

That is one awesome link.

Take a while to take it all in.

I have a some of them in my collection.

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Again thank you.

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Definitely a good resource. Kennedy and Cobban also have a publication that covers the Britton and Arcadia Park formations. I don't have a link for it, unfortunately only a hard copy. It's quite useful as well.

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Sounds like something I would like to read.

These two strata and the woodbine are my favorites.

Jess B.

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