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anthonyg

Hi al hope your having a good day

I am new here and in the field of fossiles but i am enjoying finding this stuff can u helpme with identifying this thing thank u all

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PaleoNoel

The first picture is an echinoid although I'm unsure of what variety.  The second may also be an echinoid but I'm less sure about that. Other forum members can probably narrow down the identification.

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Dinoguy89

Hi there, as mentioned by @PaeloNoel it's an echinoid. It could belong to Dubarechinus or cretaceous kampanian echinoid :)

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ynot

Welcome to TFF!

As said, the first is an echinoid.

Not sure on the others.

 

It would help if You post pictures from all sides with a scale (ruler preferred).

Aslo, please do not hold the object when taking the pictures.

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Innocentx

These are cool finds. I don't think the grayish lump is anything, but I can't really see it. 

The still unknown one may be spine of echinoid, possibly Cidaris. A photo of the other end would be nice.

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