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walkertony   26-10-2014 at 15:38

walkertony
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Registered: 26-10-2014
Messages: 1







Can any one id these fossils please?
I found them at Mappleton beach on the Holderness coast. I dont know what the large one in the middle could be. Also the pyrite formation. Is it just a pyrite formation or an actual fossil of some thing? It looks a lot more golden than in the photo.

Thank you
tony



[Editted by walkertony on 26-10-2014 at 16:43 GMT +1]

 
Len   20-08-2015 at 07:55

Len
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Registered: 16-08-2015
Messages: 23

Hello the Stones on the first piction, are calld fouls gold, i found that to.
(Pyriet)

 
Maurice   20-08-2015 at 08:37

Maurice
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Registered: 20-11-2006
Messages: 411

Hi Tony,

The fossil in the middle picture is a fragment of a "Pinna sp." (a pen shell )
This is a bivalve that can get realy large proportions.

LINK_(genus)

Greetings,
Kevin

[Bewerkt door Maurice op 20-08-2015 om 08:39 NL]

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