Dactylioceras Ammonite


304 Dactylioceras Ammonite fossil from Whitby, Yorkshire, UK – 129g – was a widespread genus of ammonites from the Lower Jurassic period, approximately 180 million years ago. The name Dactylioceras comes from the Greek dactyl, meaning “finger”, and refers to the shell’s branching ribs.

An Introduction to Ammonites

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