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rab7ies

thanks guys,thought it was a sponge,but coral would be good!
down amongst the stones.
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rab7ies

brachnipods 104_3487.JPG 104_3488.JPG 104_3489.JPG ...nice whole one out of matrix 104_3500.JPG 104_3498.JPG 104_3499.JPG .........my fave find..double crinoid print(thought this was 2 sides of a brach til I looked throo my eyeglass) not my best pic  104_3510.JPG .....nice sponge 104_3515.JPG ...another sponge 104_3501.JPG ....2x sternotaxis 104_3496.JPG ...........crinoid print 104_3466.JPG .....nice sponge 104_3481.JPG 104_3483.JPG ..........shell imprints 104_3470.JPG 104_3471.JPG 104_3474.JPG 104_3475.JPG .....couple of bivalves 104_3473.JPG 104_3485.JPG ....multi urchin spine imprint 104_3484.JPG ...........all the finds(lots of urchin spine/tubercle imprints/urchin imprints and shells and more sponges 104_3518.JPG 
down amongst the stones.
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scatessa
Love all your finds especially the double print xxxxxxxxx
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rab7ies

thanks,think im going to need kneepads too xxxxxxx
down amongst the stones.
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scatessa
Yep me too... Will get u somme xxxxxxx
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Richard

8th photo down, beneath the comment 'not my best pic' - looks like the coral Parasmilia. What do others think?
Richard
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Doggerfan
It does look like it could be a coral, but I wouldn't go so far as to identify it as Parasmilia without seeing the septa or corallites.
Best wishes from the Lake of Constance. Roger.
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