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I collected this last year at Partridge Point (Alpena) Michigan. Middle Devonian. Thunder Bay limestone formation. Is it possibly a dictyonema crassibasale? Or merely a bryozoa?

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fifbrindacier

I've had a look at it and i'd rather say it's not a bryozoa. A dictyonema seems to be a good point.

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Dictyonema or similar dendroid would be my first guess  - a closer view might help.

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Fossildude19

+1 for Dictyonema.

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Tidgy's Dad

Yup, pretty sure that's Dictyonema.

Nice specimen. :)

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Shamalama Dave has a very nice one displayed in his Spring 2014 album. Check it out and compare.

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Nice find!

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Tidgy's Dad

Here's mine from Norway, used to be Dictyonema flabelliforme, but apparently is now Rhabdinopleura flabeliformis. 

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