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This fossil is in a hunk of flint that can from our garden in Hampshire (300ft above sea level now). It’s been laying by  the gate for years And only just spotted the fossil. Can you identify it?
Hard to make out in the photos but there is an interlocking pattern to the sides of the two rows of perforations. Pattern is like elongated hexagons nested into one another. 
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estwing
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PAD
Not sure why they didn’t attach. Sorry. Trying. Again.  Click image for larger version - Name: 7259940F-E396-4FAC-8CC8-9B925DA39190.jpeg, Views: 58, Size: 140.58 KB Click image for larger version - Name: CF755E02-1268-4E54-B743-A7B946EE4BD6.jpeg, Views: 56, Size: 117.19 KB Click image for larger version - Name: BF645914-A2BB-4C8D-A3E1-59B8AFF6CCCA.jpeg, Views: 49, Size: 130.52 KB
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prep01
Fossil sea urchin in flint. 70 - 85 million years old!
Colin Huller
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PAD
Thank you. 
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Gary W
Yes a piece of Echinocorys sea urchin
Gary
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