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Leedo14
Found in the lakes any ideas? Click image for larger version - Name: FCC10F0D-EBD0-486D-A360-FB0008EF82A9.png, Views: 36, Size: 829.76 KB
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prep01
This is a small solitary (horn) coral by the looks of it. When posting please add a scale and state where it was found at the least. The more information you give us the better.
Colin Huller
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Leedo14
It’s the size of a 5 pence and it was found in ingleton falls
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prep01
The area around Ingleton, Durham (I assume that is the location) is mainly Carboniferous in age
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Ihave tweaked your photo as best I can to reveal a bit more detail of the septa. but I can't see enough to give you anymore nformation on this coral.
Colin Huller
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