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Found this in Lost River site in West Virginia. Can anyone identify it? I’m thinking it could be a cephalopod


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I'm not seeing any separation of chambers for it to be a Cephalopod.  :headscratch:

Looks more like a mineral vein or inclusion.

 

Sharp pictures from directly above the item, and each broken side might show more.  :unsure:

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Agreed that this does not immediately stick out as a fossil. I have seen numerous mineral stains and inclusions that attempt to masquerade as fossils from this locality; this is likely one of them. But, as has been noted. clear photos from multiple angles might reveal some key features.

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Hello everyone! Thank you so much for your feedback! Here are images of the above, below, and sides of the item in question

 

image 1978 is the above view of the item

 

image 1977 is of the right side of the item

 

image 1976 is or the left side of the item

 

image 1975 is of the bottom of the item

 

if there are anymore pictures I need to take or any questions please feel free to let me know!

IMG_1978.jpeg

IMG_1977.jpeg

IMG_1976.jpeg

IMG_1975.jpeg

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