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Read Bob Markham's research on Elizabeth Knipe Cobbold (1765 - 1824) in GeoSuffolk Notes no.70. Acila cobboldiae is one of the crag's more attractive and desirable fossils. Learn how this bivalve mollusc owes its name to Ipswich's pioneering palaeontologist who collected a rare specimen on her Holywells estate.

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The 4th edition 2019 is available. Barry Hall tells us more about the Pliocene flora in this 60-page booklet. To order your copy, send a cheque for £6 made pyable to 'GeoSuffolk', to GeoSuffolk, c/o Ipswich Museum, High Street, Ipswich, IP1 3QH.

For an update on Ipswich geologist Elizabeth Cobbold (1764-1824); GeoSuffolk's recent work in the Suffolk Coast & Heaths AONB; Harwich Polar Base; a puddingstone and more - read GeoSuffolk Times no.42.

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Our Suffolk glacial deposits continue to yield many fine Jurassic fossils. This Camptonectes scallop shell was brought into Ipswich Museum for identification by GeoSuffolk on October 23rd. (The £coin is for scale!)

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Suffolk Coast & Heaths AONB Work Party volunteers helped to weed and mulch the trees of the Pliocene Forest today. For these birches, this will be their 10th winter on site. 

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