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Feathery plant

by Andy Smith

On the surface of a limestone patio - picture scale is with the plant extending by ~ 40cm.

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by: Douglas

I think what you have is dendrite.They look like a fern fossil and are sometimes called Pseudo fossils. They are formed when water seeps into cracks in the limestone and leaves behind mineral stains.

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