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Michael O'Regan
Hi there from a newcomer to the site - recently picked up what I think are some fairly battered brachiopods on Anglesey. Example 1 is from Benllech beach and the others from Penmon Point. Could someone please confirm these are what I think they are (or not!).
Many thanks,
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prep01
Hello Michael and welcome to the forum. 1,2, look like a brachiopod but the others look like bivalve s- all rather worn so I'm not going to attempt an ID but someone might.
Colin Huller
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Michael O'Regan
prep01 wrote:
Hello Michael and welcome to the forum. 1,2, look like a brachiopod but the others look like bivalve s- all rather worn so I'm not going to attempt an ID but someone might.
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Dirty Pete
Certainly look like brachiopods, Carboniferous productids maybe.

Pete. 
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Michael O'Regan
That's great, thanks both.
Regards,
Mike.
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