FOSSILS OF THE GAULT CLAY

& FOLKESTONE BEDS OF KENT, UK

This site is dedicated to the fossils of the lower cretaceous Albian (Gault Clay and Folkestone Beds)

in the county of Kent, South-East England. In particular the beautifully preserved faunas of the Gault Clay are illustrated and identified.

This site is dedicated to the memory of the late Jim Craig any queries _

New books ready now  An identification guide to the Ammonites and other Cephalopods of the Gault Clay and Folkestone beds of the South East of England -

and - London Clay Fossils of Kent and Essex - 'ORDER FORM' - CLICK HERE FOR THE ADVERTISMENT

Follow the links to:-

Imaging Where is KENT? Geological Timescale Stratigraphy East Wear Bay November 2000
and these FOSSIL GROUPS
Ammonoidea Other Cephalopods Gastropoda Bivalvia Scaphopoda
Solitary_Corals Crustacea Shark teeth Bony Fishes Reptiles 1 - 2

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