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Collected this in what i'm guessing is Silurian or Devonian limestone,several years ago in Perry co.,TN. Any ideas?

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Can we get a couple of other views? Apart from "brachiopod" it's hard to say much from just a side view.

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Possibly, Silurian Diabolirhynchus

"Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence"_ Carl Sagen

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Can we get a couple of other views? Apart from "brachiopod" it's hard to say much from just a side view.

Don

Sorry it has taken me so long sir, i've been away from the house. Here's more photos...

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It might be a Silurian Clam

Thank you sir.

Possibly, Silurian Diabolirhynchus

Thank you Herb.

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Definitely a brachiopod, interesting shape. According to my limited literature it could be something like Conchidium/Kirkidium but wait to see something from the real experts.

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Definitely a brachiopod, interesting shape. According to my limited literature it could be something like Conchidium/Kirkidium but wait to see something from the real experts.

Thank you sir.

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Definitely a brachiopod, interesting shape. According to my limited literature it could be something like Conchidium/Kirkidium but wait to see something from the real experts.

I would agree with Wrangellian

"Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence"_ Carl Sagen

No trees were killed in this posting......however, many innocent electrons were diverted from where they originally intended to go.

" I think, therefore I collect fossils." _ Me

"When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth."__S. Holmes

"can't we all just get along?" Jack Nicholson from Mars Attacks

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I would agree with Wrangellian

Thanks Herb. :)

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Conchidium common in the Bob Ls,

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