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My unknown find close-up

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jlauriajr

Even though I haven't been able to ID this yet, I share some 60x close-ups of different shapes this comes in.

post-20526-0-53465400-1470535476_thumb.jpg-white spheres seem to be larvae-like

post-20526-0-42048600-1470535505_thumb.jpg

post-20526-0-56600800-1470535256_thumb.jpg

post-20526-0-53184600-1470535324_thumb.jpg --this one attached to matrix

post-20526-0-43138000-1470535356_thumb.jpg --growing on bryozoan

post-20526-0-26331400-1470535395_thumb.jpg --branching

They are found in Ordovician, late Catheys/early Leipers limestone

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Barerootbonsai

No idea but beautiful

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Fossildude19

I think the white things may just be mineral accretions.

Maybe the beginnings of Beekite?

Regards,

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jlauriajr

A few new pictures of my still unknown specimen 60x, 60x and 100x

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HFVC Fossils

Well that's neat!    And great photos!!

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