Can anyone identify these two fossils. The first was about 1ft long, and the round one about 8" diameter. They are still in situ, until the next rains of course. There may be more than one fossil in the top one.
I had a reply from the NHM to say these were not fossils but rocks impersonating fossils. Would this be your view, too? I could show some close-ups but I am not sure what you need in particular? Thank you for replying. I appreciate your comments.
I also suspect they are pseudofossils (rock formations that look deceptively like fossils), but that first one, in particular, looks to be worth a closer look just in case...
If you could take a close-up of one of the creamy-white coloured patches in the first rock - as close as you can get it whilst not being too out of focus - that would be a huge help. The reason I ask is I'd like to get a closer look at the texture of those sections, and see if there's any distinct mineral or fossil patterning to them.