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A friend cut a polished a silicified lacustrine Miocene stromatolite from central Arizona that I found. Thanks Stan C. It is about 8 inches in maximum length. Two faces were cut that show the upward convex growth.

 

I am currently looking for a researcher to help write a paper about these and the other plant fossils that occur in the area.

 

A piece that was cut from the same colony as this piece is being donated to the Pinal Geology Museum in Coolidge, AZ.
 

https://pinal geology museum.org

 

Another Arizona museum wants one. I am seeing if other local institutes want one. 
 

Top of colony.

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Bottom.

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Side.

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Side.

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Detail.

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