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I  agree with ryan,,  I collect lot of orthocones that looks exactly like that
Growing old is compulsory, Growing up is optional!
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Trilo(bite my ride!)
This was my lucky rock from that location.

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As an overview the sea scorpion tail is on the right, just to the right of the brachiopod, there are two bryozoan impressions at the bottom and another eurypterid fragment/bony fish armour plate above it!

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bottom of tail?
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middle section impression, both photos clearly show segmentation i.e. arthropod
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top section
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overview
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eurypterid/fish, it doesn't look like trilobite or bivalve ,brachiopod
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graptolites are by far the most common find
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I think these may be starfish remains/arms?, 1 being folded over, they also look like sea pens to me.
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???cricoconarida?,fish backbone?,brittle star arm?
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ryanc

Some interesting finds - I think the 'eurypterid' material could be straight shelled nautilus and the 'brittle star/fish backbone' is likely crinoid but still nice.
 
Regards,
 
Ryan
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Trilo(bite my ride!)
Thanks for your comments Ryan, I didn't consider Nautilus
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