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rab7ies

thanks Richard,dont usually find crinoid stems in chert down at the ness(only occasional crinoid prints)
down amongst the stones.
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rab7ies

mostly urchin/shell prints.............nice echinocorys and couple of sternotaxis urchins 104_2279.JPG ..........104_2280.JPG 104_2282.JPG 104_2283.JPG 104_2285.JPG 104_2286.JPG 104_2287.JPG 104_2290.JPG 104_2291.JPG ...........all the finds(lots of urchin spine imprints)/sponges/urchin bits etc 104_2293.JPG .........and this(not sure,anyone id this for me?) 104_2294.JPG 
down amongst the stones.
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rab7ies

oh and this nice double crinoid print 104_2299.JPG 
down amongst the stones.
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Olenus
11th pic looks like a Crinoid stem.
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dinogary

I agree with Lee, definitely crinoid ,, cool finds rab !
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rab7ies

thanks Lee..thanks Gary(that's what I thought it probably was)
down amongst the stones.
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Richard
Yes - a crinoid - possibly Austinocrinus? 
Richard
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Richard
Hi 

I think crinoid stems in flint are rare - I have never found one!

Good find!

Richard
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rab7ies

thanks,think I have 2 more,not as clear.
down amongst the stones.
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