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Possible plant like fossil?

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daves64

I found this little rock among the river rock that's used as decoration at work. Just over 1.5" long by 1" tall & 3/8" at its thickest. The rocks are from a local quarry here in Central Washington State. It seems familiar, but I cant quite place it. The 3rd picture (bottom) show's it growing through the rock. Any idea's?

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Rockwood

Doesn't look like any plant fossil that I'm familiar with. 

There are darker spots in some of the material from the Green River at Douglas Pass that are assumed to be some kind of fossil though.

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Vieira

Don't looks like a fossil to me...

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caldigger

Looks like weathered dendrites to me.

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dalmayshun

reminds me of this "egg" i found in Northern Michigan in Collingswood formation drift...some kind of mineral conglomeration, where my is a bit cracked on the back side, one can see the small pattern revealed as little nodules of mineral....but still a rock and not a fossil. 

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