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Odd Austin Chalk Fossil


Riverbilly

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Hi all,

I'm not completely convinced this isn't man made. I found this in the same area I've found other types of fossils. Again I found E. tigrina and E. laeviuscula. Mr. Erose commented on a previous ID post of mine that these are from the Dessau Formation of the Austin Chalk.

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Thank you very much,

David

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Agreed with Kris. It's a Durania fragment.

The human mind has the ability to believe anything is true.  -  JJ

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