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BlueEyedFloozy
We had a fairly unproductive visit to Dorset this weekend... Belemnite with phragmocone, Kimm Clay, Ringstead Bay. Brachiopod (Rhynconella?), same. Oyster (Deltoideum?), same. Ammonite, Seatown. Mystery wotsit in the Belemnite Marl, Seatown. I was going to get better pics but couldn't find it when we went back. Small parts of the Belemnite Marl were exposed beneath the shingle yesterday (April 8). Click image for larger version - Name: IMG_20180409_142614.jpg, Views: 36, Size: 742.67 KB Click image for larger version - Name: IMG_20180409_142520.jpg, Views: 35, Size: 667.61 KB Click image for larger version - Name: IMG_20180409_142539.jpg, Views: 30, Size: 684.64 KB Click image for larger version - Name: IMG_20180409_142411.jpg, Views: 30, Size: 1.27 MB Click image for larger version - Name: IMG_20180409_142428.jpg, Views: 30, Size: 1.27 MB Click image for larger version - Name: IMG_20180409_142317.jpg, Views: 33, Size: 833.04 KB Click image for larger version - Name: IMG_20180409_142335.jpg, Views: 67, Size: 696.95 KB Click image for larger version - Name: IMG_20180409_142706.jpg, Views: 73, Size: 1.43 MB
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P King Chef
Your mystery wotsit is a piece of wood.
Surprising you found Seatown unproductive, I was there Easter Sunday and came back with 3 Tragos and 3 Lipos.
Pete

At work I have to make a lot of sacrifices.
It's one of the benefits of being a Druid.
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BlueEyedFloozy
Seatown was the most productive of our stops, but we couldn't stay long [frown]
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dinogary
did you collect the fossil wood
Growing old is compulsory, Growing up is optional!
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P King Chef
Psst Gary, it's in situ [wink]
Pete

At work I have to make a lot of sacrifices.
It's one of the benefits of being a Druid.
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BlueEyedFloozy
I suspected wood 😉 I left it in its place though...would have loved to collect it but as Pete says it was in situ within the bedrock.
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