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It is very important to post geologic information or approximate location when asking for an ID. This is an international forum and not everyone follows all your posts or automatically knows where you made your finds. :)

The extra information will help others to help you. ;)

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Also, adding something like a ruler for scale in your pictures will help to make determinations on things.

What is the size of this one?

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Got it I will fix that issue from now on it was found at lake texhoma it is about a half inch tall and one quarter inch wide

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That's a cool looking specimen, artistically prepped by Ma Nature!

I want to say it is a bryozoan.

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That's a cool looking specimen, artistically prepped by Ma Nature!

I want to say it is a bryozoan.

I agree, it looks like an archimedes bryozoan, and a nice one at that.

Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen, and thinking what nobody has thought.

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  • 1 month later...

Enoscrawler, it appears you were searching around Lake Texoma about the same time as me. I found a bunch of nice ammonites. Where were you hunting?

Zach

New to fossils, but not to nature

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