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Fissilobiceras fissilobatum (Buckman 1919)

Fissilobiceras fissilobatum (Buckman 1919)


15cm. in diameter. Along with an imprint in the mouth aperture and at the right, a Sonninia propinquans, part of the mouth aperture of an ammonite and a Chlamys sp. bivalve. From the laeviuscula zone, early Bajocian in Dorset, England.



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Wow! That is very cool Roger. An amazing piece. The suture marks on the bottom are pretty too. I really like the other mollusks on there with it.  Did you find and prep it yourself?

You will have to educate me about the mouth aperture parts you mention. Are you actually talking about the soft tissue parts of the mouth? Pardon my ignorance.

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