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Bobo the bear
Cayton Bay (South part) today found this...know very little about corals so closest I saw on web for this was syringopora but didn't even resemble that one very much. I would guess a carboniferous erratic although did find it close to lots of Gryphaea and belemnites amongst Jurassic types
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TqB
I agree with Rob - it's called Siphonodendron junceum now though.
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Bobo the bear
I agree with Rob - it's called Siphonodendron junceum now though.
THX Tarquin
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