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Like many of you I have found hundreds of these (gryphaea arcuata) over the years but never a cluster like this from the clay packed Hertfordshire fields I grew up in. I can count about 6 obvious ones.... a real snapshot of what a few inches square of the seabed must have looked like c. 190million years ago.... quite something.... it made a particularly boring afternoons detecting something very special....
Hope all well and thanks for looking!
All the B
Minelab Equinox - Awesome! The best machine ive used!