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Interesting fossilized? ID help please


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HI There,


I found this fossilized something in Fannin county Texas. any idea’s as to what it might be would be greatly appreciated.

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Could you post a photo of the flip side of pic #3?

'Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.'

George Santayana

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10 hours ago, ynot said:

2 partial fish verts stuck together.

I agree. Neat find!

-Jay

 

 

“The earth doesn't need new continents, but new men.”
― Jules Verne, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

 

 

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Hi Hemipristis,

 

The flip side is pictures two and four. 
 

As you can see in picture two that side has a lot of raised nodules and the other side is a lot smoother. 
 

what would a whole vert look like if this is just partial?

 

Thank you for your input 

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There’s also like an outer casing or crust you can see in picture 3 somewhat. 

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4 hours ago, Fossilcal said:

what would a whole vert look like if this is just partial

This post has a lot of information and pictures:

 

Basically, you have two together that are both broken in half.

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This has almost like a shell or boney plate on the outside. You can see part of it broken away on the 3rd pic. 

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