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I'm thinking the outer edge of a shell, but my friend thinks brittlestar (Shropshire, Wenlock Edge)


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Hello,

 

I went to Wenlock Edge in Shropshire a few days ago and collected some fossils. We're all confused as to what this one could be? It's around 5-6cm across.

 

Thank you!

 

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I am not an expert. 

But I would agree with shell. 

 

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Looks more coral or bryozoan like to me.

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A bryozoan, or maybe a very worn section of Helysites.

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