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Ediacaran body fossils are extremely rare in North Carolina. This specimen came from a well dated Ediacaran Site. The site produces Aspidellas, microbial mat, and trace fossils. The Cid fm is the unit exposed in this quarry. Some have argued that this is microbial mat that had been influenced by the movement of water. If you look closely there is at least two specimens and the structure doesn't appear to show the MISS type features. I have sent some photos off to paleontologists who specialize in Ediacaran fossils. I'm eagerly waiting to find out what they think. I have had at least one paleon
arrodiscoiscyphozoanaturesrep30590.pdf Ediacaran discs from South America:probable soft-bodied macrofossils unlock the paleogeography of the Clymene ocean Maria Julia Arrouy,Lucas V.Warren,Fernanda Quaglio,Daniel Poire ,Marcello Guimares Soares,Milena Boselli Rosa,Lucia E.Gomez Peral * Nature Scientific reports (6) 30590 publ.: 27-7-2016 *all diacritics omitted