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mike rasta

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Tylocidaris sorigneti with a partial complement of articulated primary and scrobicular spines. To my knowledge the only specimen that's been found with associated spines in the UK (or elsewhere?). Lower Turonian, Near Branscombe, Devon. DSC01181 (2).jpg 
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Blimey! (Gulp) What a superb specimen - not easy to prep! Funnily enough I ID'd a single club in flint on another forum a few days ago.
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Wonderful looking piece, nice find.

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Stunning specimen.
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Very nice find, I walked past it moments before you found it, sigh.
 

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