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Eren Jeager

Strange fossil (have not a single clue what it is). found it in upstate NY

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Eren Jeager

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ynot

Horn coral print.

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doushantuo

Pending further information:

first impression: coral(anthozoan)

ex.:Phaulactis ( a Paleozoic species)

post below,error on my part

 

 

 

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doushantuo

 

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on the right: an example of the septa you are seeing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Tidgy's Dad

Nice little horn coral. 

Hello, Eren, and a very warm welcome to TFF from Morocco! :)

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Malone

Welcome from Colorado!

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Darktooth

Welcome to the forum from Syracuse New York!

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Shamalama

Definitely a fossil, agreed that it is the septae of a calice (where the body of the animal lived), but beyond that an ID can not be made.

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