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Napoleon North

Hi

 

Whats is it?

 

Location: Górka Pychowicka , Kraków, Southern Poland

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WATERLINE

My guess it is a small bivalve or brachiopod...and maybe carboniferous. The growth rings on the one side would lead me away from it being a coral.

Nice find!! Where did you find it?

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Napoleon North

In molehill :)No kidding seriously :)

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Indy

At first glance it reminds me of the Carboniferous
small coral Michelinia sp. found in the Pennsylvanian near St. Louis, MO

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As well as found in the (Carboniferous) Pennsylvanian in Russia.

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abyssunder

Looks like a sponge, to me. I think, the sediments are Cretaceous, possibly Senonian, rather than Carboniferous. Sponge could be a good candidate. Check this document, maybe it helps.

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Vieira

I agree with some kind of sponge...

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ashcraft

Looks like an operculum from a bivalve.

 

Brent Ashcraft

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Mona

It looks like small Cunnolites, Cretaceous period, but not very well preserved, or with sth on its top

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fifbrindacier

I don't think this is Cunnolites, but a photo of the other side would help.

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