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    What type of fossil?

    The fossil board is pretty quiet......I wanted to know what types of shells these were. Looks like 2 different shells, however, the one with a dot in the middle is most prominent. My only response was that someone thought it to but crinoid sections, but never found a photo that matched.

    Found in northern Maine....thank you!Click image for larger version. 

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    Sections of crinoid stems.

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    Crinoid incrustation from the 1700s with marginal sea limpets inbedded in its erpin surface, kidding no idea but looks old good door stop like the people who had a meteor for a door stop for 15 years
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    No need to make multiple posts. It has been I.D.'ed multiple times on the fossil forum.

 

 

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