Beach Stones with White Lines 1

Natural pattern in a Charmouth beach stone

Beach Stones with White Lines 1 – Natural pattern of crystalline calcite-filled cracks in a beach stone derived from the inner core of a Birchi Nodule from the Shales-with-Beef Member of the Charmouth Mudstone Formation of the Lower Lias in the Jurassic Period at Charmouth, Dorset, England. This kind of stone is also known as a septarian nodule.

3 Replies to “Beach Stones with White Lines 1”

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