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The plants came from the Radstock area. Not quite sure yet on the IDs, I shall have a look in my books later. I have plenty more other specimens from the trip but most is quite poor quality or yet to be prepared. Thanks for your interest.
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Kosmoceras

A quite nice Psiloceras planorbis ammonite from the Somerset coast, prepped with a dental pick.
 
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Doggerfan
Lovely! I'd love to add one of those to my collection some day.
Best wishes from the Lake of Constance. Roger.
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Thanks Roger - was pleased to find it. Here are some other ammonites from Dorset -
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AMARSH
Hi there Thomas - very nice ammos you have there. I particularly like the Somerset one. We went camping down there a few years ago, so paid a visit to Watchet (I think that's where we went LOL), but sadly I didn't find a thing :(.
Andrew Marsh
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Thanks Andrew! Found a few of them but that one was the largest one. Here are some carboniferous plants -
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aurelius
Nice plants! Where did you find those beauties?
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AMARSH
Blimey, you really did have a good trip - beetles, ammonites, and now plants! I really like the one on the left - is it a horsetail?
Andrew Marsh
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