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I'm screening some micros from the Jasper Creek formation (I think) of Wise County Texas, near Lake Bridgeport. This has some texture in the close-up image that looks a little like stereom so I thought maybe echinoid rotula but I've only seen one other and it's pretty different. I'll include a picture of it last. Scale is millimeters.
Here are some Pennsylvanian Period mystery fossils that I have no idea what they are. I've poured through my library and can't find anything similar. The first few I thought were maybe teeth but they are not very regular. The blue color may indicate "chitin" and I see that in fossil brachiopods and arthropods (crustaceans). The visible surface is hard but also paper thin with no bone inside they must have been hollow. I've seen flattened exampled in some of Roz's phosphatic nodules. They have that same wrinkly flared out end. These were collected in float mixed in with the tinniest of