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Tony G.

Possible Inoceramus?

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Tony G.

I was wondering if someone familiar with Eagle Ford fossils from the Las Colinas, Texas area could identify this.  I think it looks like Inoceramus, but am not sure.  For size reference, the graph paper that it is sitting on is 1/4" grid.

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Ludwigia

I'm not familiar with Eagle Ford fossils, but that certainly does look like an Inoceramus.

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Ridgehiker

Re  Inoceramus.

 

  I've always found this bivalve a bit of a puzzle. Hard sometimes to get a handle on the shape...especially as the two shells are often offset. Even  in the same deposit they would confuse me as I didnt know there were juvenile and adult stages in their shape.

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