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Wormholes? Or bryozoan tubes?

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Ramona

It's me again!  And I promise that this is NOT a piece of concrete!  ;-)  (Joke from previous post.)  This is the bottom of a limestone rock that has a lot of bryozoan fossils in it, found in our yard in Huntsville, AL.  Do the holes look like trace wormholes?  Or could they be from the digestive systems of the fenestalla bryozoans? I can get a closer photo tomorrow, plus photos of the rest of the rock if that would help.  I left this one in the yard, but I know where it is!  

Thanks!

Ramona

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fifbrindacier

Hi, i would say there are worm burrows and some could be holes made by encrusting organisms.

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abyssunder

I'm not sure what I' m seeing, but it looks like a "lava rock" to me. I could be wrong.

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