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Dear Guys, I recently found three very interesting remains- two inarticulate brachiopods and shark like scale in sandstone erratic. Judging by brachiopod fossils I think they belong to paterinids and then this erratic is probably Cambrian in age! One inarticulate brachiopod is 6 mm and another is 3 mm diameter. Shark like scale (maybe the oldest in the world) is 2 mm length and has fragment of root in one side visible. Please help to identify these brachiopods to know the exact age. Any help will be very appreciated! Best Regards Domas
I find this arrangment of crinoids' parts interesting. Do you think this one could be articulated and the calyx hidding somewhere inside the rock? So far I was only finding disarticulated columnals and pluricolumnals, and no calyces. Palaeozoic, postglacial Pleistocene deposits, Poland.