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Hi all - could anyone tell me what (if anything interesting!!) this is??
Thanks!

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Trilobiter
to me it looks a little like an ichthyosaur skull
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Trilobiter
But it's probably not. Just looks like one.
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prep01
Where was it found? What matrix?
Colin Huller
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tc
Whatever it is I'm very intrigued to find out.
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Trilobiter
Unfortunately I do not know where it was from. My friend gave it to me asking if I knew what it was, and I didn't so I posted it on here. And I think it is in sand stone, but I'm not sure.
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prep01
Hello Trilobiter, with the limited information availble, I think this a section of a worn bivalve shell edge. I will attempt to show you what I mean below.
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Colin Huller
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Trilobiter
Thanks prep01!! Really I need all the info I can get!! Thanks!

Trilobiter
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andrasz
Having sharper images would help. On first look it could be just an oddly shaped, rolled piece of cross-bedded sandstone.
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Harry
Can anyone tell me what this is please ? Thank you in advance Click image for larger version - Name: F1.jpg, Views: 39, Size: 411.38 KB Click image for larger version - Name: F2.jpg, Views: 40, Size: 474.62 KB Click image for larger version - Name: F3.jpg, Views: 41, Size: 432.24 KB Click image for larger version - Name: F4.jpg, Views: 39, Size: 419.34 KB Click image for larger version - Name: F5.jpg, Views: 35, Size: 395.41 KB Click image for larger version - Name: F6.jpg, Views: 34, Size: 409.25 KB
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Dirty Pete
Looks like a rugose coral Caninia maybe,
Cheers
Pete
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CurtKnap
Without any other info, I agree with your ID, Pete (the general form and what can be seen in the section suggest Caninia sp.).
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Dirty Pete
Siphonophyllia cylindrica even.....
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Trilobiter
Thanks for all the info!

Trilobiter
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