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adam.morris08
Very nice!
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tortoise
Promicroceras are common finds at Lyme Regis but are less well known from the Yorkshire coast. This was found as a glacial erratic at Holderness a few months ago and I've been working on it this afternoon. The pebble split to reveal a few on each half and my original intention was to expose them on both sides until I found how easily the popped out intact so revised the plan and stuck them back in to their impressions. Scale bar is 1cm

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Andy

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AndyS
Andy,

Keel view of one of these, please !
I can't quite see it from the photo, but I have my doubts ...

Thanks,

AndyS
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tortoise
Here's the keel view for AndyP8140185.JPG 
Andy

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mudbug2
Nice little death bed if I say so myself..
Thanks for sharing..
Regards to all who share the passsion  Mudbug...
S.H.T-N
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Doggerfan
Nice looking pebble!
Best wishes from the Lake of Constance. Roger.
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