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Eagle Ford Formation - Cretaceous - N. Texas


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At its longest, this piece is just under 1 in.; width is half of its length. I have no idea what it could be...any suggestions?




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looks like a neithea scallop. based on lithology, i'm not totally convinced it is Kef


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That might just clean up to be a Ptychodus tooth...maybe?

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Thank you Auspex & dan!

...now to break the news to my daughter that it is not a fairy wing. :) I'm going to try to clean it up a bit and see what happens.

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possibly a section of Exogyra?

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Hey...my little grand daughter found an open clam imprint on a little fragment of austin chalk. She thinks it's a butterfly and you know what? It really does kind of look like one. She picked it up in front of her grade school. At her age I think it's all good.


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