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rab7ies
thanks richard..however the penultimate one isnt..unfortunately i couldnt zoom in but it looks most like a bit of sea lilly head(which it prob isnt but im sure its not a sponge)
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rab7ies
all from stutton ness..suffolk apart from last one,from the naze.id1_009.JPG id1_017.JPG id1_015.JPG id1_018.JPG id1_019.JPG id1_020.JPG id2_004.JPG id2_007.JPG id1_016.JPG 
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Richard
Nice selection of sponges preserved in flint

6th one down (reading from left) looks like the trace fossil Entobia cretacea - if you've got British Mesozoic Fossils it is shown on plate 49. 
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Yes, I realised that - I thought it looked like a bivalve but hard to tell from photo.

The Entobia looks worn but I think you can see some connections between the chambers. 
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rab7ies
it is hard to tell..but its several lines of 2 deep bumps(i still cant upload zoomed in photies unfortunately) thanks.
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