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Collected in 1994 in Cropwell Bishop Nottinghamshire UK, some Rhaetic pyrite layer pieces from a Gypsum mine. Packed full of bivalves, fish teeth and coprolites. Focusing on this particular find, would anyone know what it may be (1st picture) 1mm scale. 

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Looks like a fish scale. I’ve seen (and found) many like this from Aust Cliff.

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4 hours ago, Pterygotus said:

Looks like a fish scale. I’ve seen (and found) many like this from Aust Cliff.

Certainly has that distinctive shape, would you have an example for comparison purposes. 

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8 hours ago, DE&i said:

Certainly has that distinctive shape, would you have an example for comparison purposes. 

I’ll get one from my collection today.

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9 hours ago, DE&i said:

Certainly has that distinctive shape, would you have an example for comparison purposes. 

Here :)

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