|BeenThere-DoneThat||The Unofficial Guide to Great Britain|
|Fossils from the North Yorkshire Coast||Location map|
|A lamellibranch (Pseudopecten equivalvis) from the Cleveland Ironstone series of the Middle Lias at Brackenbury Wyke, near
Staithes. The size from top to bottom of the shell is 3 inches.
|These Ichthyosaur vertebrae were found together in the shales of the Upper Lias which are exposed at low tide in Robin Hoods Bay. Each one
has a diameter of about 2 inches.
|All photographs are the copyright © of Barry Samuels unless stated otherwise|