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Help ID this fossil it looks like a tooth or a belemnite


Georgemckenzie

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Georgemckenzie

Hiya everyone my friend found it locality is Bathgate Scotland the area has Branchiopods and everything but Bathgate is also known for early reptiles any help would be great thanks 

 

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caterpillar

No tooth for me

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looks like the internal impression of some sort of shell.  Can you take pix with the thing not wet?  

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dinodigger

Look up Pinna, a type of bivalve that typically buries itself in a shale and grows upwards into the carbonate

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