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rockmadman
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prep01
The first is a gastropod - Poleumita discorse
2nd looks like a verteba, but not possible from that age and can't think what it might be!
3rd is another gastropod but can't see enough of it.
4th I'm really haven't got a scooby do!
5th is a brachiopod but can't see enough of it.
Could you please use a scale (a ruler is best) appropriately placed in all photos and all aspects of each specimen.
Colin Huller
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rockmadman
thanks Colin , I take your advice on scale  cheers -these may be better photos007.jpg  008.jpg  009.jpg 
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rockmadman
thanks Colin .I take your advice re scales ta
dave
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Windy Miller
I think number two is an Orbiculoidea brachiopod.

Regards

Richard
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rockmadman
I googled images and came up with this coral, cyclolites but the image was from upper cretaceous , morocco? This cannot tie in with my wenlock edge find can it?
Thanks for any help
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rockmadman
Thanks Richard & Colin
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prep01
Rockman - in most case you are correct.
Richards - good call!
Colin Huller
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MicroFossilMan
No. 2 - didn't realise Orbiculoids got that big! Is it really one? Or maybe some algal structure ("stromatolite")???
MFM
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rockmadman
Curiousor and curiousor!!
Thanks for all your inputs

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