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Crocadile tooth from the Cretaceous (115 mya), Wicklesham Quarry, Farringdon

30 January 2008

Crocadile Tooth, Wicklesham

Ammonite from the lower Jurassic, Ibex Zone, Lytoceras fimbriatum


Five sacral vertebrae of a Plesiosaur (genus Cryptocleidus) in a septarian nodule which I discovered in the Oxford Clay in Wiltshire.   Here it is shown in the final stages of preparation.  The bones coming out of the vertebrae are ribs or neural arches.

 Plesiosaur Vertebra being prepped (480x360, 22110)