So, these have been picked up and brought home over the last few months, I don’t generally go out looking for fossils but these have come home at some point.
What would they be?
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Top Right: Looks like a cockle shell?
Bottom Left: Another shell, possibly a mussel
Bottom Right: Possibly a Trilobite?
I am no expert so these are just guesses!
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I can recommend it. I think they now do a digital version for the phone.
Its great to keep your eyes peeled on the beach (or in the fields) I always come home with something non-metal. A lot of us do the same.
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Top left, calcite vein.
Top Right, bivalve impression.
Bottom left, oyster.
Bottom right, banded chert/flint.