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Observed: 13th January 2011 By: Simmo1236

These are round, ridged ammonites with frills at where the head would have been. These are from the Cretaceous period and are covered in chalk

  • Ammonite (Procheloniceras sp. aff. Albrechtiaustriae)
    Confidence: It's likely to be this, but I can't be certain.
    ID agreements (): 3 People
    • leenestofvipersleenestofvipers’s reputation in Fish
    • BeckyWhitworth
    • corylus
      Isle of Wight Natural History & Archaeological Soc
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Probably useful to have them

Probably useful to have them photographed against a uniform background (perhaps a grey card or similar) with a scale to show their size, and have a few different shots to show both sides and a close up of any important detail. possibly also of the original geological formation where you found them. you can put all these shots on the one observation.