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Thanks for any help identifying these imprints

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Dirty Pete
Differential erosion and maybe a bivalve imprint would be my guess.

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Number 1 might be part of a very worn ammonite, no.2 & 3 are both flints with possible bivalve imprins, but they are very worn and are not the sort of things I would expect from that area.
Colin Huller
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