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Tril O'Bite

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Hi, I'm new to fossil collecting,  so apologies if I'm showing my ignorance. Can anyone help me identify the attached? It looks like a plant of some sort.

Thanks in advance!

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brym

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Looks like an Ichyosaur vertebrae, where's it from?
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Hello and welcome to the forum. I agree with Brym, it's an Ichthyosaur vertebra. Please can you add a scale (a ruler is best ) to your photos in future and tell us where it's fro.
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Tril O'Bite

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Many thanks for the replies, apologies for not replying earlier, emails from this site were going to my junk folder. The fossil itself is 6cms in diameter and I found it in Penarth, South Wales.

I hope I'll be posting more here in the future!
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Many thanks for the replies, apologies for not replying earlier, emails from this site were going to my junk folder. The fossil itself is 6cms in diameter and I found it in Penarth, South Wales.

I hope I'll be posting more here in the future!


Deffo Ichthyosaur vert... nice find
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