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Bob1961

My last post was identified as a rock.   This is one of many pieces that were purchased in a storage locker 15 years ago.   I have no idea of location collected.  The storage locker was in San Diego, Ca. Any help in identification would be greatly appreciated.   The matrix is a mixture of sandstone and red clay.

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Bob1961

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Bob1961

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Fossildude19

This looks like rock to me, Pretty sure it's not bone, no bone morphology. 

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facehugger

+1 for rock with a shape meant to tickle your imagination

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Bob1961

Bummer,  it did tickle the imagination.  Thank you for your help. 

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Rockwood

Looks like a concretion that is slightly more resistant to erosion has been pedestaled. 

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ynot
48 minutes ago, Rockwood said:

Looks like a concretion that is slightly more resistant to erosion has been pedestaled. 

Yeah, that sounds like a good fit.

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Bob1961

Thank you,  at least I won't waste any more time cleaning it up! I appreciate all of you taking the time to respond. 

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