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Can you help me idenitfy these? Found in Belgium


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wintrbird89

I found them in a gravel in Kortenberg, Belgium.

 

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1. Corals (broken through)

2. crinoid stem section

3. hard to say from the pics, could be a fenestellid bryozoan or part of a solitary horn coral

4. hard to tell but looks likes more coral

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wintrbird89
12 minutes ago, JimB88 said:

1. Corals (broken through)

2. crinoid stem section

3. hard to say from the pics, could be a fenestellid bryozoan or part of a solitary horn coral

4. hard to tell but looks likes more coral

Thank you!! Do you know what kind of coral they might be? Or how old these fossils might be?

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My guess would be Carboniferous, but without knowing the strata of the area I cant be certain.

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