4 Replies to “Fossils In Limestone at Broughton”

  1. I just realised that I had shown these images before in 2013. In that post I said the fossils were brachiopods but cannot recall the source of the information, except that Hunts Bay Oolite is known to have brachiopods and bivalves were not mentioned. Do you have a reference?


  2. I would like to use one of your limestone fossils from Broughton (not sure yet which one) to illustrate how limestone consists of once living sea life. This is for a ‘not for profit’ write up I am doing about the use of limestone in the chemical industry. I am currently thinking of making this available for free asa pdf. If you agree, please let me knwo how you want me to credit you.

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