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according to the geology, the location is a cross of carbiniferous and devonian period. the location (Crookstown, Co Cork Ireland) is at a meeting point of deep marine shelf environment, marine shelf environment and an alluvial plain environment. The later being void of fossils. if someone could confirm or define what these fossils are, I would appreciate it. also can something be done to clean them up? or a way to safely remove the matrices? the first rock contain what I think are crinoids fragments, there are actually a lot of them here. this is a bit bigger, is it a crinoid as well? Finally the last one, I am actually not sure if it is a fossil or just geological. Thank you for your Help Regards