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So these were collected from Bracklesham, apart from the extreme abundance of Bivalves and Turritella it wasn’t a very good day (no shark teeth). However I found a few rocks I was unsure about and wondered if anyone could either ID them or just tell me they’re cool looking rocks, thanks! Click image for larger version - Name: 29250483-FD79-40CC-A4A6-02F69C1B23F6.jpeg, Views: 24, Size: 3.71 MB Click image for larger version - Name: A0C105E9-3D6E-4DE7-96DE-3E1EC63DF3C2.jpeg, Views: 26, Size: 2.90 MB Click image for larger version - Name: F7E20BA8-9930-43D2-BF71-60E9212520D8.jpeg, Views: 24, Size: 3.56 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 8DA06A06-D5D3-4AEF-A796-C8F9313B5D1C.jpeg, Views: 22, Size: 2.18 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 57A6E91F-7146-4AA7-956F-9E0F4D7BBCFF.jpeg, Views: 23, Size: 3.32 MB Click image for larger version - Name: DB9C6029-F7D2-423C-B885-6C38943117D5.jpeg, Views: 23, Size: 2.21 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 8BEA941F-CC92-49EF-BBF9-D9A82237DA2B.jpeg, Views: 22, Size: 3.06 MB Click image for larger version - Name: AACDF7FE-BDC7-4FE1-9559-2A147C9D686C.jpeg, Views: 22, Size: 2.48 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 6E40C2E2-0527-4E7F-8D03-7E685AFBC82A.jpeg, Views: 21, Size: 2.39 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 5FB3B0C3-9FCD-4307-8077-F3D3B35200C6.jpeg, Views: 19, Size: 2.57 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 5937DF86-BF0D-43FF-9DDC-91E109ED3406.jpeg, Views: 18, Size: 2.96 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 52E57531-784B-40E9-816B-6F55C169937A.jpeg, Views: 19, Size: 3.01 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 911BA4CB-7A71-4DED-B769-B38E1FC7F0A9.jpeg, Views: 19, Size: 2.81 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 02E7F713-405F-4F85-84BB-AE413ED4254E.jpeg, Views: 19, Size: 2.59 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 365FF998-518D-41A3-B63C-21C8C6125F9C.jpeg, Views: 20, Size: 3.39 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 1B68190D-2A3F-4960-B834-A011982B4829.jpeg, Views: 19, Size: 3.47 MB Click image for larger version - Name: FC9EDC71-040C-4696-95DE-CBE7BF577CA9.jpeg, Views: 21, Size: 2.99 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 908B814A-B653-4751-8E49-224131294B3D.jpeg, Views: 22, Size: 1.95 MB
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FossilPhil
Hi Sam,
The first and third specimens are banded flints.
The second specimen is a fragment from the edge of a Venericor bivalve that has been rounded by the sea.
The last specimens are likely modern sponge borings into fragments of shell/rock. But, these could be fossil sponge borings that occurred millions of years ago.
~Phil
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