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Species Name: Cenoceras
Age: Jurassic, Upper Lias. 200 to 180 million years ago
Location: Ilminster, Somerset, UK.
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Cenoceras is an extinct species of cephalopod which belonged to the nautiloid family, they were known to be free swimming carnivores and are believed to have been similar in appearance to modern day nautiluses. This particular specimen if Jurassic in age and was collected in Ilminster, Somerset, UK. Specimens are approximately 3" x 3" in size and will come in a card tray with an information label.