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Hey, everyone. I found this a few years back and thought how strange it would be for a mushroom to achieve fossilization, so I kept it as a sort of trophy on my desk until losing track of it during a move to a different city and then forgetting all about it. I found it again earlier today, however, and was once again struck by how unlikely a mushroom fossil was, especially one not embedded in amber or stone. After some investigation, the odds seem even greater that it can't be. Nevertheless, the gills seem undeniable to me, and it's as light as you'd imagine a fossilized mushroom w
I found this fossil in NYS near a creek in Hillsdale. Any ideas on what it is?, It has defined grooves, curved shape like it's half of the bottom of a mushroom. Searched the web but saw nothing like it. Please let me know if you have any tips for me. Thanks. -mike
Ok guys please bear with me, I am new here. I first have to say this is a great forum. I ran a forum for over a year on a specific species of Central American Cichlid, and surely I wish it was this well put together. Many kudo's for your hard work here. Where shall I begin... A friend of mine claimed he had this petrified mushroom. He said he was walking through the farm fields after a fresh till looking for arrow heads that he commonly finds. He claims he kicked this rock and noticed something strange about it so he brought it home and washed it off. He said it was plain as day