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Found in Pennsylvania 

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Kane

Where in Pennsylvania? What is the size of the object? 

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Kingofthekats

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Walt

No idea what it could be.  Could you provide something for scale?

2 interesting features though.  they look somewhat symmetrical in this photo

 

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Kingofthekats

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Kingofthekats

Found near Delaware river Raubsville Pa 

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Kane

Not getting a fossil vibe from this one :unsure: 

 

I would guess weathered, suggestively shaped sedimentary rock. 

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Walt

artifact vibe for me. 

Maybe you can poke around in those holes I pointed out with a needle and see if they go through.  I'm kind of wondering if it is some Native American ornament given where it was found.  But that is a long shot, I'm sure.

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Kingofthekats

The holes don't go through

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Tidgy's Dad

Eroded piece of sandstone for me. 

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ynot

I agree with non fossil.

Looks like a iron concretion.

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Walt
9 minutes ago, Kingofthekats said:

The holes don't go through

Like I said, long shot.  Looks like a rock :)

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Rockwood

Speaking of long shots. Cucullaea ?

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Fossildude19
15 minutes ago, Rockwood said:

Speaking of long shots. Cucullaea ?

A farther shot than most snipers can make. :rolleyes: 

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Rockwood
5 minutes ago, Fossildude19 said:

A farther shot than most snipers can make. :rolleyes: 

Too much gusty cross wind huh ?

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Fossildude19

Among other things.  ;) 

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Auspex

The bi-lateral symmetry is remarkable in this piece; very suggestive of an organic origin.
My first impression is an internal mold of a bivalve (a steinkern).

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Rockwood

Hey Hey 

Those cross winds are subsiding. :)

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Auspex

I wish I could turn it over in my hands...

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abyssunder

It looks like a bivalve steinkern, to me. :)

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