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I'm not sure if this qualifies as a "hash plate" or not, seems to made up of multiple similar spines. The grooves appear to be made up of pieces of the fossilized "spines" that have fallen out, some of the spines look to be still embedded in the rock. Any idea of what they may be?
Recker posted a topic in Fossil IDGot out to the river today to do some rock hounding, I think I've found a fossilized corn cob LOL. Honestly, I have no idea what this could possibly be a tool, concretion, fossil or just weird rock. The exposed end has a scallop like design, longitudinal grooves of some sort while the other end seems hollow to a point. It's weighty. What do you think? Found on the Whitewater River, Franklin County, Southeast Indiana. Thanks so much!!
I fish alot on the Whitewater River here in Franklin County Indiana and look for fossils and rocks. I posted this photo under the rocks and minerals section and a member said that it could contain a mash up of small fossils. I just thought it looked like a rock that had odd patterns like little hieroglyphics, could they be tiny fossils? Linda
I'm really curious about this odd looking Grewingkia I found yesterday in the gravel beds of the Whitewater River in Franklin County Indiana. I've found quite a few, all clean of any substrate, many on top of the ground. Yesterday I found this one just about 10" below the surface of the gravel. Most of the horn coral has linear lines, but this one seems to be segmented unlike the others. Is it older or what causes the difference in this on compared to the others? I appreciate all of your help!