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DonnaHawkins19

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Found recently at Pett level, East Sussex
close to bone beds. Any help would be appreciated to identify what these are.

Many thanks.

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Hello Donna and welcome to the forum. I'm afraid I am unable to assist you in ID's, but I'm sure someone on here will.
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Hi and welcome

Looks like all or most are not fossils. I see recent barnacles attached. My first guess is that they are sectarian nodules. Someone else more familiar with the area's geology may be more helpful.
It always helps to use a ruler not a coin as they are not internationally recognised.
Knowing which are different views of the same specimen is useful, try numbering next time.
Good luck

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I'd go for ferruginous nodules/concretions

Pete

PS I think Brittle Star meant septarian, sectarian is something else entirely.......... 
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