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rab7ies
cheers dave,i wasnt going to search that bit but i forgot to look at the height of the tides and couldnt go where i was going to.(very high tide there today)
down amongst the stones.
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rab7ies
popped down for couple of hours after work........nice inoceramus sp 31a_002.JPG ............micraster urchin 31a_004.JPG ...........sternotaxis 31a_006.JPG ......urchin face imprint(awful photo!) 31a_007.JPG .....titchy brachnipod 31a_010.JPG ..........nice worm burrows 31a_009.JPG ......sponges(yes i cant stop picking em up arrrgghh!) 31a_011.JPG 
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ThomasM
Very nice finds, I like the Micraster.

Thomas

If you don't look, you won't find.
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rab7ies
thanks thomas,i was chuffed with the inoceramus as they normally more bits.
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FossilFanatic
Nice finds, how often do you go fossiling at this location?
Let their be fossils!
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rab7ies
thanks..i go alot,as much as i can.
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FossilFanatic
I can't got to Walton that often, only on weekends when the tide is right because there is school the whole week and occasionally I have tennis or football. Conditions are fairly good at Walton at the moment.
Let their be fossils!
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rab7ies
i wish i could get to walton easier but dont drive and bike to the ness(after work today and very tired lol)
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hooken
Nice finds Rab,

I like the Inoceramid- pretty hard to find complete- good work! They've been ploughing for winter barley round my way- found a few field walking finds. Do you ever look in the flint drift in the fields?
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rab7ies
thanks hooken and yep i look on the trackways and field edges on the way to the ness(found a few urchins,mainly echinocorys bits)also occasionly find urchins and sponges on fields where i live(im always looking at the ground,which is prob why i walk into things alot!!)
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Naze Dave
The Micraster sp looks nice and crisp, well done.
Thanks
Dave
Still Life
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