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Ktl
Hi, 
We found this in a river in Yorkshire - is it a fossil?  B3ED9D3C-DF34-443F-B96C-75F2188C94B8.jpeg  A3C5B57F-FEE0-4BF1-8953-BF1042CE61B9.jpeg  2517D246-43BF-426A-8D5E-DDE0E844730A.jpeg  AAE8AD7C-DBCD-4290-B95F-51AC3BC7A374.jpeg  EC13FE0D-3627-4A29-A383-2BF1B37F3474.jpeg  8931AC19-2A31-468F-9710-188FA9EE5FFF.jpeg 
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prep01
Hello , the 3rdand welcome to the form. The 1st photo shows coral, the 2nd a small section of plant stem  - a hosetail called Calamites.
PS I lve down the road from you in Dunstable.
Colin Huller
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Ktl
Thank you Colin. 
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Ktl
prep01 wrote:
Hello , the 3rdand welcome to the form. The 1st photo shows coral, the 2nd a small section of plant stem  - a hosetail called Calamites.
PS I lve down the road from you in Dunstable.


Thanks Colin.
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estwing
Hi all
I think it's all the same rock, so it should be some kind of coral.
Tarquin will probably tell you what sort
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TqB
I agree with estwing - it's Lithostrotion sp., a colonial coral from the Carboniferous. Nice find!
Tarquin
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