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dinogary
they possibly Dicellograptus alector, its common in that formation there  Edited by dinogary 2015-04-02 23:08:30
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jimbob92
Any idea what these are?DSCF0464.JPG 
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jimbob92
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TqB
They're graptolites - I don't know which ones though.
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Jim
Yeah it's because they are not very well preserved,  but thanks anyway.
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