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Small fossil from the Lower Devonian New Scotland Formation


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Nautiloid

Hello all!

 

I’ve been going through some of my fossils from the New Scotland Formation and I stumbled upon this intriguing little piece. It’s about a centimeter wide and seems to be separated in the middle, almost like two connected plates of some kind. I’ve got a decent collection from this formation and I’ve never seen anything like this. Hopefully somebody on here can help me out. 
 

Thanks for looking!!

 

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Rockwood

I'm thinking internal surface of a brachiopod.

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Nautiloid
28 minutes ago, Rockwood said:

I'm thinking internal surface of a brachiopod.

That’s possible

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Unfortunately, it is too fragmentary for me to make out. :( 

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Nautiloid
5 hours ago, Kane said:

Unfortunately, it is too fragmentary for me to make out. :( 

That’s alright. Thanks for trying to help! :)

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