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Carboniferous rugose coral Dibunophyllum

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A thin section view of a Rugose Coral Dibunophyllum from the Carboniferous time, Sappington Formation, Montana
Photo 1 the rugose coral Dibunophyllum
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Photo 2 the end from which the cross section was cut.
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Photo 3 a full scan of the thin section at 2.5x
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Photos 4 to 6 show cropped views of the thin section at 5x and 10x.
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Raggedy Man

Sweet! Did you cut and mount this?

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FossilDAWG

Almost like a stained glass. Your thin sections are artwork. Beautiful!

Don

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The QCC

"Did you cut and mount this?"

Yes, I first cut and mounted a 3mm slice, then ground it down to 90 microns.

The microscope photos 3 and 4 were printed on 16" x 24" super heavyweight matte paper.

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Herb

beautiful

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The QCC

Thank you.

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ZiggieCie

Those are great. :yay-smiley-1:

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