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FranzBernhard

Thanks for posting, very nice and very detailed preservation.

But can not help with ID...:shrug:.

Franz Bernhard

 

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Innocentx

I really like these and was wondering if Monticuliporidae, Trepostomatida, Stenolaemata

is the way it's called, or even if that's the right ID.

 

I'm very patient at the moment, Thanks for looking.

 

Patty

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Tidgy's Dad

Can't help with the id, as I know so very little about the Permian palaeo-communities, but that's a really great colony. :wub:

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Innocentx

@Monica and @Bullsnake, thanks for showing your examples. 

9 hours ago, Monica said:

Heterotrypidae

I followed up on that... interesting and very similar.

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Bullsnake

@Innocentx

Sorry that my link was to the search!:doh!:

I really need to quit trying to post on my phone, and wait until I get home on the computer!

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Innocentx

@Bullsnake. Nothing wrong with that, gave me more to look at. 

Do you know who on here understands bryozoans enough to get this down to order or even family?

I've got a lot of terminology in my head but not the ability or trust in my limited knowledge

to have faith in any conclusions I might draw.

 

Monticuliporidae, Trepostomatida, Stenolaemata

This was what I came up with but I'm very unsure. Thanks for looking.

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Innocentx

Here is photo of my collection of these, running from large to quite small. Measure is 6" or about 15 cm.

 

 

 

 

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