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by Anastasia
(Sussex, England)

small fragment on a rock found on Saltdean beach, southeast England.

Comments for hexagonal

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by: Anastasia

Thank you for the website you suggested.

I've been doing some further research on this, and I think it may be the mamelons and parts of plates of an echinoid.

You can see a picture and diagram of that here:

Many thanks for your comments,

by: Doug

This looks like a type of coral. You might try contacting the people at :

They know a lot about fossils from England.

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