Grammoceras sp – Somerset
Unknown species of ammonite belonging to the genus Grammoceras. Distinct due to their disc-like shell and well defined ribbing, these specimens are the archetypal ammonite fossils found in Somerset, UK. Supplied with an information label.
Grammoceras is an extinct genus of Ammonite, which existed during the Jurassic period. Distinct due to their disc-like curved shell and distinct, thin ridges. These ammonite specimens are very well preserved, making them a perfect tool for analysis,while also providing the quality to become a display piece in fossil collections, particularly those geared towards UK marine fossils. These particular specimens are of an unknown species and were found in Illminster, Somerset, UK and come provided with a white card tray and information label.