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JTechno

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Hello again friends.

 

I've found this while hiking at about 1800 m. a.s.l. in Santiago-Pontones (Jaen, Spain), in a place which I believe is quaternary.

 

I've not been able to find it in the local literature.

 

Now I only have this picture (I have more but they are dark and not useful), the rock is limestone and is wet, the fossil is conic, I'll post more pictures if necessary.

 

The ruler is in cm.

 

Thank you.

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Tall gastropod that was warn before it fossilized.

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2 hours ago, JTechno said:

Thank you sir.

I perhaps should have responded in question form.

I was hoping to see a second opinion.

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21 minutes ago, Mark Kmiecik said:

Crinoid anal tube?

 

23 hours ago, JTechno said:

quaternary

Doesn't rule it out, but I think it makes it less likely.

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Mark Kmiecik
11 minutes ago, Rockwood said:

 

Doesn't rule it out, but I think it makes it less likely.

It would be nice to have photos of the ends.

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2 minutes ago, JTechno said:

I'll post them tomorrow but I believe they are featureless.

Even that will be helpful with ID.

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