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FossilPhil

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Hi all,
Here is a block that I found today at Penarth (South Wales). It contains 1 (and a half) echinoids with associated spines - it is quite eroded but would probably benefit from some air abrasion.
Does anyone know a fossil preparator in the Bristol area that might be able to do this? Thanks ๐Ÿ˜Š
-Phil

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A nice find. These arenโ€™t common there
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What a loverly JURASSIC find.
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they-are-very-nice
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I was there recently and found similar. Nice.

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