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Jones1rocks

Jumble of seemingly separate shapes.  Coprolites?

Thanks,

~Paul

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Mark Kmiecik
3 hours ago, Jones1rocks said:

Jumble of seemingly separate shapes.  Coprolites?

Thanks,

~Paul

It appears to be a sea cucumber that is folded over and twisted around itself. Sea cucumbers often cross over themselves in preservation but I haven't seen many that both twisted and crossed over. It may be two of them or more, but it's hard to tell because they are not complete and not as well preserved as would be necessary to make that distinction. Nice find at any rate. I never found one. I hunted the areas with plant material back in the day, and though I've found some fauna a cuke wasn't one of them.

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Carl

I would lean towards sea cucumber here, too.

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