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Kelwig
Hello!

Just wondering if anyone might be able to give me any info/ideas about this. Looks amost man made but does look to be some type of little fossils within it. First one I've ever found so was very happy when I saw it but can't quite figure out what it is!

Any help at all much appreciated, thanks! 🙂
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Brittle Star
Sorry cannot see a photo
JW

 Never ask a star fish for directions
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Kelwig
20200511_200529.jpg  20200511_195555.jpg  20200511_195509.jpg  20200511_195352.jpg  20200511_194542.jpg  20200511_194342.jpg My apologies! I musn't have attached them properly, hopefully these come through 🙂
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prep01
These are all sections through corals from the Carboniferous period 300+ million years ago!
Colin Huller
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Brittle Star
Colin, would it be Dibunophylum in the NW or would it only be in the NE
JW

 Never ask a star fish for directions
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Dirty Pete
I was thinking Siphonodendron but hopefully TQB will put us right.

Pete
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prep01
Janet - that's one for Tarquin!
Colin Huller
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cinders
It’s Siphonodendron irregulare. It’s identified by the single row of dissepiments apparently. This is from the Coral expert John Nudds. 
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Kelwig
Thank you all for the help and information, very much appreciated! 😁  
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