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Petrified Fat Pine - Mississippi Alluvial Plain In Arkansas

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Fossil_Rocks

I looks real, but you can't start a camp fire with this.

The species is unknown, but I like to imagine perfect pigmentary replacement.

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Auspex

Nifty!

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Fossildude19

Interesting, ... I have not seen one like it before.

Thanks for posting it.

Regards,

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Fossil_Rocks

Interesting, ... I have not seen one like it before.

Thanks for posting it.

Regards,

I have a large collection of petrified wood from both the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, and the Gulf Coastal Plain, and I have nothing that looks exactly like a piece of fresh cut pine, like this.

I have some other pieces that are orange, but nothing of this appearance.

My guess is that you could make some nice jewelrey out of it.

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