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Wow Roman, that is a monster cone!

Looks like parts of several others over on the right side of the matrix?

Great find! :)

Regards,

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Wow Roman, that is a monster cone!

Looks like parts of several others over on the right side of the matrix?

Great find! :)

Regards,

Thank you Tim! Cones at right bottom are well known Calamites ones, which are much more smaller. That is something else. Regards, Roman

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You're familiar with Sigillariostrobus, which has some variety in the way it looks. Some images I've seen on the internet are very similar to your piece. Is this a possibility?

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You're familiar with Sigillariostrobus, which has some variety in the way it looks. Some images I've seen on the internet are very similar to your piece. Is this a possibility?

Thank you LoneRanger for your reply! I don't think that is a Sigillaria strobile, too long for me. It looks more like a big Bowmanites (Sphenophyllum cone). Regards, Roman

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Thank you araucaria1959! That could work! Very possible! Regards, Roman

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