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Hi,everyone
Thanks for the IDs.
So there are carboniferous.I think the fossils would look nice if polished especially
the coral.
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Fossil hunter
Visited Seaham today for a walk.
Noticed that there are some blocks with permian? fossils.
I do not know much about permian fossils so I would appreciate any help for the IDs.

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Julian123
Crinoids?
Julian

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TqB
The last one's a coral, next to last is a crinoid and the one before that is a crinoid cross section and shell fragments. None of them are actually Permian - they're Carboniferous, washed out of the boulder clay formed by glaciers during the Ice Age.
Tarquin
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ThomasM
I agree, definitely Carboniferous in age.

Thomas

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dinogary
yeah,,, nice finds .the the coral looks like lithostrotion Smile
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