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Found on Lake Huron MI beach


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Can we have a few more views from different angles? This could help ID the specimen. I’m thinking a coral of some sort, maybe horn coral.

Happy hunting,


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Hello, and a very warm welcome to TFF from Morocco! :)

I also think it's a solitary rugose coral. 

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looks like a horn coral to me also, and welcome

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I think I saw that in one of the "Alien" movies.


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It is indeed a rugose coral as others have suggested, and in this piece the septae are clearly visible. Your area has an abundance of paleozoic material, most notably Devonian-age fauna.



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