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skorpion   11-08-2007 at 13:06

skorpion
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Registered: 12-05-2007
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Hi Folks,

Are these fossils?
I found them on the foreshore at Hunstanton, Norfolk, England.
I am particularly intrigued by the groups of minute holes (approx .1mm diameter),see b001detail.jpg.
Hunstanton is Cretaceous (marine).

Pete

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binbinneke   11-08-2007 at 13:36

binbinneke
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Registered: 04-09-2006
Messages: 2260

Hi Skorpion,
this may possibly help you out LINK
It is alphabetic and you have to look at "serpuliden".
gr. robin

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ziepe   12-08-2007 at 13:14

ziepe
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Registered: 20-03-2005
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Hey Pete,

I'd say serpulid worm tubes too.

Z.

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