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acutipuerilis
Not at all convinced by conulariid for this one, and I'm intrigued. Can we have some more views, please?
http://oldasthehills.proboards.com/index.cgi (For when you can't get enough trilobites, sponges, and squidgy blobs...)
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fusilier21
Not found one of these before. Conularia?
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Cheers,

Andrew
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ThomasM
I would say so, nice one too with good 3D preservation.
Thomas

If you don't look, you won't find.
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danny1

Yeh  looks  like  a  Conularid  to  me  too,  i  agree ,  that  looks  like  a  really  good  one, ive  got  one  somewhere,  will  try  and  get  a pic. 
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moonmoth
ooh i like that very much! :-D


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fusilier21
Good grief, Miss Mothy. How have you been?
Andrew
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moonmoth
haha im good thanks andrew fusilier, expecting a surprise baby no.4 lol :-D not been fossil hunting atol, missing it very much :-( hows the lucky pants team? hows stan the man getting on? :-)
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danny1

Hi, this  is  one  from  the  Wrens Nest, must  admit  i've  never  seen  one with  so  many  curved  lines,  most  are  almost  pyramidal. Science is  still  out on  exactly  what  they  were,  this  one  is  about  2.5  inches  tall. 



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spider
Andrew, Very nice find and very detailed Thumbs Up
Have a nice day :0)
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tortoise
Interesting find Andrew - not seen anything quite like it before.
Andy

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