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MicroFossilMan
Thanks for those, I'll have a dig around and see if I can match any online photos to my specimens now I've got names. I haven't yet found any website that systematically shows Blockley fossils, hence my questions. If anybody knows of one ...

Re F172 - definitely not a gastropod, but it's not a very good image so hard to tell from where you're sitting :) The specimen is only about 1" across so I had difficulty photographing it. It does have the spine bases of P. spinosa, as per British Mesozoic Fossils plate 13, so I'm reasonably confident of that one now.
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MicroFossilMan
Anybody got any ides what these might be? All from Blockley (Lower Jurassic, Pliensbachian) ...


F170 -

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F171 -

F171.jpg 


F172 -


F172.jpg 



Thanks.


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MicroFossilMan
Well, for the record, I think F172 might be Plicatula spinosa. Anybody else agree?
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paward
possible ideas
F170 - Mactromya cardioides
F171 - Astarte guexi
F172 - not sure about this one could be  Plicatula spinosa but might be a gastropod - Pleurotomaria tuberculate or Ptychomphalus expansus



 
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