Texas ammonites
Lower Cretaceous Series, Duck Creek Formation

Identify the smaller ammonite on the Giant Eopachydiscus

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Eopachydiscus marcianus (19.5")

What species is this (No. 2) ?

Hamites virgulatus with small Craginites serratescens

The big, 19.5" ammonite (picture 1) is a Eopachydiscus marcianus with some kind
of a Mortoniceras stuck to it. It also has a Heteromorphic ammonite, [Hamites v.]
coming out of the aperture but it is the Mortoniceras I need help iding.

Bill Jolley

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