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adam.morris08
Yeah, It's huge. I saw a couple of the ridges sticking out of the clay and had a poke with my pick finding the outline through the clay and it just kept going! Huge smile when I pulled it free :)
It still has small spines on the ridges as well
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adam.morris08
I went to seaton for the first time a week ago and found a few pieces.

I forgot to take a picture of the calcite androg that I found where the edge is just steering to weather out. Will get it prepped at some point.

Here are the other bits I found, although the largest was found in a slip on charmouth same day as I walked around the cap and over to charmouth



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Dirty Pete
Nice haul Adam, but it's Seatown not Seaton....
Seaton's in Devon methinks.
Cheers
Pete.
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adam.morris08
Oh yeah, always get the two confused >_<
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adam.morris08
Can someone change it, sorry >_<
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Julian123


Seatown is good for fossils.....but Seaton is good for fishing

Julian

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aurelius
That's a big bit of androg! It's always worth looking for those, because a tiny proportion will be complete, although over 99% are just the body chambers.
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adam.morris08
I found a whole pyrite androg also but it was so fragile I knocked it when putting in into my bucket and it just fell into about 10 different pieces >_<
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