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Bivalve?


JohnB   14-08-2015 at 00:46

JohnB
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Registered: 09-07-2015
Messages: 17

Hello!

Can anyone help with the id of this fossil? I'm guessing it's a bivalve of some sort. Found at Needingworth, St Ives, Cambridgeshire, UK which is I believe Jurassic.

Thanks!

John

 
hubertus68   15-08-2015 at 04:54

hubertus68
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Dear John,

you need to add some photos!

Oliver

 
JohnB   15-08-2015 at 14:55

JohnB
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Messages: 17



Sorry, I thought I did! Here it is

 
Spongebob   15-08-2015 at 15:15

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Bivalve sure. Jurassic too (Dogger, I think).
I would call it Trigonia interlaevigata.

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JohnB   15-08-2015 at 17:23

JohnB
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Registered: 09-07-2015
Messages: 17

Thanks Spongebob. Another rock catalogued

 




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