Charmouth United Kingdom


  • 23 cm ammonite bed with Caenisites turneri, Lower Sinemurian, Charmouth

    This packed nodule measures 23 cm across it's widest part, It has one 5 cm Caenisites turneri ammonite and is attractively surrounded by promicroceras with some interesting calcite veins. The piece has been broken on the beach - shown by the glue line on the reverse. There is no restoration to the ammonites, a nicely bowled out, unusual piece! It originates from the uncommon popcorn stone and was found on Charmouth beach, Jurassic coast, UK. It's around 195 million years old. 


    Lower Sinemurian, Black Ven Mudstone Member, Charmouth Mudstone Formation, Charmouth, Dorset. 195 MYA


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