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Another Possible Fossil in Lake Superior?

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joeb04

Found this guy on the in the lake today.  Strange impressions on three sides.

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ynot

Looks like bryozoan prints in chert, but would need to see some pictures of it dry to be sure.

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Tidgy's Dad

The nobbly bits are quite big. 

Maybe the impression or mold left by a tabulate coral's corallites. 

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Rockwood
30 minutes ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

The nobbly bits are quite big. 

Maybe the impression or mold left by a tabulate coral's corallites. 

Agreed. The three nobs at the bottom of the last picture seem to be well enough preserved to indicate this.

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