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1. Possibly a crinoid head on a mud fossil? the circular part being a cut stem
IMG_6426.jpg  2. On the same rock as above 2 other anomalies

IMG_6428.jpg  IMG_6429.jpg 3. heavy possibly tree bark in ironstone any specific tree? the bark is sitting ontop a rock that has a speckled texture in the second photo.

IMG_6421.jpg  IMG_6420.jpg  IMG_6379.jpg 4. These should be easier, any names given for these type of shells would be fantastic. also to best name these pieces in my database a name for the type of rock too would be ideal I.E. (shell in matrix)

IMG_6419.jpg  IMG_6422.jpg  IMG_6423.jpg 5. specific type of ammonite it seems quite crushy looking it's not entirely flat either as it curved upward. this piece was found at whitby

IMG_6416.jpg 6.  This ammonite is weird as it has 2 long ribbed structures that i'm not familiar with, this piece was found at whitbyIMG_6415.jpg 7. this looks like theres a different flat shell on top of the other one, i've seen them both separate in a piece before

. there is a smaller one beside it which had a bumpy texture.IMG_6414.jpg Thank you for your time ðŸ˜™

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Still learning names myself so i can't help with much other then basic identification.

1/ Unknown- The pic is out of focus on the bit i think you want us to look at!
2/ First pic - Unknown
     Second Pic - A Belemite cross section.
3/ Unknown - Inside an Iron or Pyrite nodule, thats why its heavy. Looks like fossilized wood, but difficult to tell by photos.
4/ First pic - Bivalve in ?
Second Pic - Shell Bed in Cornbrash
Third Pic - Shell Bed in Ironstone (looks like White Nab Ironstone)
5/ Ammonite fragment (Dactylioceras Commune), might be weird to you but most common Ammonite fossil on Yorkshire coast!
6/ Ammonite nodule with fragment or imprint of another Ammonite on outside. (Dactylioceras Commune again)
7/ Bivalve(s)
- Brad
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