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mr ammonites
Brilliant post, very interesting.
Ammonite!
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Dirty Pete
Took a stroll along the Severn estuary at Sudbrook and came across some lovely x bedding.
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Sudbrook Sandstone has a limited distribution. It forms a discontinuous horizon above the
Dolomitic Conglomerate, low within the Mercian Mudstone Group of the Triassic succession of
south Wales. It was deposited as fluvial sandstone in seasonal braided streams within an undulating
Carboniferous land surface.
Thanks for looking,
Pete.

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