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  • Would like to know what you think please ,also last 5 pics , is something just found in rucksack, think i picked up somewhere around Scarborough,runswick , port Mulgrave I think , any ideas what they are , and I never knew that the centre of a chrinoid is star shape , cool 
  • Added photo of my belamite phragmocone , always wondered what it was  DC013149-27F8-41A9-BEAF-36A345E28E58.jpeg  5B9109E6-991A-4A3D-A335-10C5AAD0180C.jpeg 
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Dirty Pete
Very nice Ratty,
Could they be bits of belemnite phragmocone? I don't think you get orthocones up there which would be my other guess.
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Brittle Star
you do in Co Durham Pete

 Never ask a star fish for directions
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The last ones are worn pieces of crinoid stem, Carboniferous erratics. They often have a large lumen, and you can see the fine articulating ridges between the columnals. One or two are crushed which is common.
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