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kristofer ds
hi nice find
              uve gotta microbacia fittoni [i think]

                                                   thanks kris
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BOOTLACE & INCHEE
THOUGHT THIS WAS GOING TO BE A SMALL AMMONITE UNTIL I WASHED IT
ANY IDEAS WHAT TO PUT ON THE LABLE ???

EVEN WITH "FOSSILS OF THE GAULT CLAY "

I DONT HAVE AN IDEA  

 SO ILL LEAVE IT TO THE EXPERTS 

THATS IF YOU CAN ID CORALS AT ALL
OR DO YOU JUST PUT A GENERAL CLASSIFICATION ON THEM

 

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THANKS FOR ANY HELP.
fossil hunting !!!

confucius says . man who seeks hollow cavity filled with dense grey material should first try looking between ones ears.
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TqB
Nice little thing, it looks like a match for Microbacia fittoni in the Guide.
Tarquin
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BOOTLACE & INCHEE
thanks tarquin
i think you may be correct

its the nearest looking of the photos

 

regards eddy
fossil hunting !!!

confucius says . man who seeks hollow cavity filled with dense grey material should first try looking between ones ears.
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dinogary
its a lovely little find mate
Growing old is compulsory, Growing up is optional!
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