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    Tree Pod - Fruit Pod - Coprolite ?

    While digging on the claim found this at 14 inches deep. Researched all tree and fruit pods for our area and found nothing
    like it. Contacted the local forestry and they said they did not know but it looks like it may not be native to our area.
    Any ideas on what this may be is appreciated....

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    Fossilized entada gigas?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RW View Post
    Fossilized entada gigas?
    aka- Sea hearts.

    edit- all you want to know... https://www2.palomar.edu/users/warmstrong/plmay97.htm
    Last edited by diggummup; Aug 22, 2018 at 06:18 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by diggummup View Post
    aka- Sea hearts.

    edit- all you want to know... https://www2.palomar.edu/users/warmstrong/plmay97.htm
    Thanks guys...Being in central British Columbia I would have never considered sea hearts to be here. Sure does look like one and now
    the mystery of how it got here...Thanks again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cariboo5 View Post
    Thanks guys...Being in central British Columbia I would have never considered sea hearts to be here. Sure does look like one and now
    the mystery of how it got here...Thanks again...
    Before the continents split our area was known as Pangea. Where you live now, could have been a whole lot different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Back-of-the-boat View Post
    Before the continents split our area was known as Pangea. Where you live now, could have been a whole lot different.
    Excellent point and thanks for the info. I'm going to contact the botany department at the university and see what their thoughts may be...
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