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Lower lias Jurassic very small / microfossil ID help

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s.c.

Hi

 

I hope someone can help me with this! I found these two very small fossils when wet sieving lower lias shell bed.  They are about 2mm in size and look a bit like a cross between a crinoid and a bone-like substance.  They are so small they were very hard to photograph even using the super-macro function on my camera but hopefully they are good enough for somebody to perhaps recognise what these are?  I'd be very grateful as I am mighty curious!

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Sam

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s.c.

Hi

 

I've now been advised that they are crinoid brachials.  Thanks!

 

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Al Dente
2 hours ago, s.c. said:

Hi

 

I've now been advised that they are crinoid brachials.  Thanks!

 

 

I agree.

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