Found in pebbly soil near the village of Todenham on the Gloucesteshire / Warwickshire border. On the outside of the fossil are corrugations, more closely packed towards the narrow end. On the inside is a shallow depression, it is not hollow like a shell. The narrow end is quite pointed where the fossil curves upward and inward, rather like the beak of a parrot. The fossil is heavy for the size indicating it is soilid throughout.