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Figure 9 shows two images of the White-shouldered house-moth obtained from a
literature search.
Further fragments of arthropod exoskeleton (Figure 10) found in the sample
indicated that there were more than one species of woodlouse present and the leg
shown in Figure 11 was possibly from an insect but it was not possible to identify
this further.
A wide range of mineral grains (Figure 12) were found in the sediment that made up
a large proportion of the sample.  Many of these consisted of well-rounded sand
typical of water-eroded sediment, others demonstrated more recent fracturing from
their source rock.  Most of the grains appeared to consist of silicate minerals, although
some carbonate grains also appeared to be present.  All of these particles would
be expected in soil.
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