The first thing I saw was a heavily wrecked ammonite fragment.
That's better. Arnioceras semicostatum I think.
Back to much-mangled ammonites.
A belemnite guard, end on (or transverse section, as they say in scientific circles).
Hard to ID bivalve counterpart (centre left) maybe Pseudopecten equivalvis and three Nuculana ovum.
A couple of Dactyloceras commune. No fossil walk near Whitby would be complete without a Dact or two.
No idea. All suggestions welcome.
Pleuromya, three Nuculana and a fragment of a belemnite guard.
Fragment of ammonite counterpart.
Very weathered ammonite, not much to identify it from but I'm having a stab at Oxynoticeras oxynotum.
Small, smashed and pyritized Pseudomytiloides.
An ammonite in a nodule.
Another ammonite in a nodule.
More ammonites; part and weathered counterpart.
Not another ammonite!
Four more bivalves.
And just when you thought you were done with ammonites, I found a fossil collector's midden. These guys didn't make someone's cut.