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Connah

Would anyone be able to ID these two finds from Ramsholt, Suffolk. The site is mostly made up of Eocene material from the London Clay beds & reworked Eocene in the Red Crag Miocene layer. The first looks like a dermal plate but I'm not sure & the second one I have no idea.

 

  Many thanks,

    Connah.

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jpc

the first one looks like it could be a mammal tooth fragment. Can you post pix from different angles?  

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Connah

Thanks @jpc

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Connah

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Max-fossils

Could the second one be a dermal plate from a ray? :headscratch:

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Connah

@Max-fossils I did wonder, I actually caught a thornback the other day cutting the thorns off did remind me of this piece.

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jpc

Hmmmm..... On second thought, doesn't look mammaly.

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