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SnowLynx
Good evening everyone! I was at White Park Bay (NI) looking for some Belemnites and I came across this. Could someone please help I.D this fossil (if indeed it is a fossil)? Many thanks! Click image for larger version - Name: E301F738-5A66-4ACA-8CC8-932FDCBCC273.jpeg, Views: 31, Size: 291.07 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 1B412A8B-BE22-4147-807E-698D9DC76211.jpeg, Views: 30, Size: 236.93 KB Click image for larger version - Name: F0D07FB7-D933-425D-AA81-0407C48D9C38.jpeg, Views: 25, Size: 214.39 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 838E1A39-5220-45DA-B899-ACF9735B0E26.jpeg, Views: 24, Size: 243.96 KB
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estwing
Looks like a very worn gastropod, something like Pleurotomaria
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prep01
Yes it's a gatropod (sea snail) and Pleurotomaria is a possibility.
Colin Huller
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SnowLynx
Thanks for the replies! Just looked different from the usual bits I collect, so wasn’t sure. Many thanks.
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SnowLynx
Thanks! Just looked different from the usual bits I collect, so I wasn’t sure. Many thanks!
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