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Nandomas

Some Kind Of Standus Byeri?

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Found this fossil in the Pensylvanian :)

In my opinion it could be a good sample of columnar crinoid Standus byeri, Gates W., 1986 :o:P

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Harry Pristis mode [ON]

for comparison with living specimens

Harry Pristis mode [OFF]

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The reddish matrix reminds me of the Fern Glen formation (Mississippian) here in Missouri

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nice, looks like the Quicktime logo too :)

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