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Richard
Hi 

Thanks for posting photos - interesting, and unusual, to see fossils from Cornwall

Cheers Richard 
Richard
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Goatcabin
Here in cornwall sedimentary rocks are rare as most of the county consists of igneos layers of granite and other volcanic rocks..however there are some places where the igneos rocks overlay devonian slates..here various fossils can be found..trilobites are rare but ortheceros and cup corals can be found...on a recent hunt l found quiet a few cup corals and photographed them in suti    they usually can be found protruding through the slate layers as small holes in the surface or projecting straight out of the cliffface2014913132133_camel_fossils_011.jpg 2014913133616_camel_fossils_008.jpg 201491313403_camel_fossils_004.jpg 2014913134334_camel_fossils_012.jpg 2014913134719_camel_fossils_005.jpg 2014913135119_camel_fossils_014.jpg 201491313552_camel_fossils_017.jpg 
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