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Have had these for a bit and am wondering what they are. We have quite the rock and stone collection that has accumulated throughout the years. 

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Same stone, both sides.

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Top item in first pic is a horn coral showing internal structure. Pic 4 may be a bryzoan but the pics are not focused well. Can you try to take some close ups? It will be easier for us to give a proper id. 

By the way, welcome to the forum from New York!

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Hello Darktooth.

 

Thank you for the timely response! The forum isn't allowing meto load better quality photos. If you'd like you can pm and I can email better defined photos.

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Welcome to the Forum!
Pic #3 might be a sandstone concretion or a burrow cast.

Pics #4&5 reveal bioerosion made by boring clams. Their traces are known as Gastrochaenolites .

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@StockII You can try cropping your photos or if you have a Macro option try that . I take photos on my phone and I use to have trouble posting them due to size limit. Once I started taking pics with the Macro option, I have not had any trouble since.

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2 hours ago, StockII said:

The forum isn't allowing meto load better quality photos.

There is a 3 meg limit on a per post basis.

If You have reduced the file size and can not load it try refreshing the page.

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33 minutes ago, ynot said:

There is a 3 meg limit on a per post basis.

If You have reduced the file size and can not load it try refreshing the page.

That 3 meg limit :meg::meg::meg:

Per post helps reduce forum envy levels and drool related computer damage

:D

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8 minutes ago, Doctor Mud said:

That 3 meg limit :meg::meg::meg:

Per post helps reduce forum envy levels and drool related computer damage

:D

:hearty-laugh:

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Although this does not technically qualify as "informative" it was so well played that I'll click on the button!

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Thanks guys - I couldn't resist.

This (meg teeth) is what immediately came to mind before thinking about file sizes (megabytes) 

Although I'm sure that C. megalodon would also have had a few megabites ^_^

 

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