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minnbuckeye

I was cleaning up my "fossil prep  room" and found this specimen I meant to ask about months ago. It was found at the base of a Kentucky road cut that had Kope Formation. It is paper thin and actually popped off of the matrix. I then glued it back on. It seemed to look better associated with the trilobit. I am hoping to ID this as specific as possible since it is quite different from what I have found before. THANKS!!!!  

 

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Mike

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I'm thinking bryozoan here. The units are too small for a coral and too organized for a sponge in my experience.

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abyssunder

Tiny receptaculitid, maybe?

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