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Dec 1, 2013 3:53 PM

Fossil wood



I found this large fossils log in Ossett, West Yorkshire, UK and it is carboniferous in age.  It come the clay hill, which is just a few metres away from the sandstone, where I find most of my fossil wood. It has been repaired several times, and it has a hole as well as bark loss on the back, but it is my best plant/wood fossil from the clay hill, but I have found calamites in the sandstone which are better.


Is it plant or wood?  Have you any idea on the species? It Is 6 and a third inches long.


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