The Walpole samples were made available by C. & N. Hollinrake Ltd, and the Weston College samples by Avon Archaeological Unit Ltd. Harry Kenward and Rich Madgwick commented on earlier drafts of this paper and suggested important improvements. The photograph of a floatoblast of Plumatella emarginata was taken by Laura Dodge.


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