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Tylocidaris sorigneti with a partial complement of articulated primary and scrobicular spines. To my knowledge the only specimen that's been found with associated spines in the UK (or elsewhere?). Lower Turonian, Near Branscombe, Devon.
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Blimey! (Gulp) What a superb specimen - not easy to prep! Funnily enough I ID'd a single club in flint on another forum a few days ago.
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Wonderful looking piece, nice find.
steve __________________ It's always great to "shoot" your own
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Very nice find, I walked past it moments before you found it, sigh.