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Achene ammonite Arrange basalt belonged bivalve bleach boil Bottom line canine teeth cerith classify clear tape clearly defined muscle cockle coiled collection colour cones cowrie crystals defined muscle scar display board Dried fruits fibrous flesh remaining rinse flower fossils Fruits from trees gastropods gneiss granite grasses grooved Hairy gall hard paste hellebore herbarium hinge hole Insects whose wings keyhole limpet label Leave to dry left to right legs lime limestone litre If pints look flaky mica-schist Middle line murex nests pearly inside photograph Pine place you found plants polystyrene PRIMARY or PALAEOZOIC quartz and mica remaining rinse carefully remove any pieces rodents rose bay sandstone scratch SECONDARY or MESOZOIC seeds shell is round shell is thin Siliqua slate snapdragon solidified lavas special preparation specimens Stick a pin store your insects sunset shell tablespoonsful thick top line tower shell trilobite valves wallflower wentletrap whelk wild rose wings and antennae