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ACGL

The plant. And probable egg were found at the Wichita, KS  airport in a area meant to be part of landscaping. Would like possible names and age range. 

Will upload vertebrae on different post.

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WhodamanHD

These are Crinoid columnals, parts of crinoid stems commonly called “sea lilies”

Probably from the Paleozoic.

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fossilized6s

Your "plant" are fragments of crinoid stems. Crinoids were/are actually considered animals. 

 

Your "egg" looks to be a weathered concretion. 

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Auspex

The bits that resemble plants are from Crinoids (commonly called Sea Lilies). Since we do not know the source strata of the landscape rocks, dating then will be difficult.

This LINK will give you a good understanding of these animals.

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