A display specimen of an Dactylioceras commune positive with two negatives from Scarborough, UK. This sample is a nodule which broke to reveal a central positive section with two outer negatives, this has created a specimen which gives an excellent view of the fossils structure and detail. These fossils date back to the lower Jurassic period, they are a well known and popular fossil specimen, their tightly, even coiled shells, black colouration and constant ribbing make them the text book fossil specimen. The sample is supplied in a 4" x 3" white card tray, it weighs roughly 209 grams and measures approximately 5.5 x 6 x 5 cm. This piece is perfect for any beginner fossil collector, but could also make an excellent teaching aid.