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Bill G
Nice!!  Welcome to the forum Artie.
Cheers, Bill
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Artie
Hello,

 

Over the Easter break I managed a brief Holiday to North Yorkshire. It was my first ever visit to this neck of the woods but thankfully manged to come away with a few decent finds. One of which I hope is a starfish arm. I have included pictures below. I found it at Port Mulgrave in the shales. Can someone please confirm it is what i think it may be and if possible an identification.

 

Many Thanks Smile

 

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Star_Scale.jpg 

(Scale is in cm)
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rab7ies
crinoid stem i think.
down amongst the stones.
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mudbug2
Hi all
 Artie Thats a nice crinoid sea lily, well spotted, I personally would leave it as it is...

 

Regards to all who share the passion Mudbug..
S.H.T-N
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rab7ies
yep..its well nice artie!
down amongst the stones.
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Artie
Thank you very much guys for the identification still pleased with it, the rest of the piece is full of bivalve impressions and pyrite replacement so a nice piece. The stem is quite fragile i remove a little excess mud from the top but I was planning to leave well alone...
 

Thank you again  Smile
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rockhopper
Lovely.. nice find and a big warm welcome to  the forum 
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