Need help to ID the fossil

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Didn't have much luck on the Fossils forum so decided to try my luck on this one.

I'm trying to ID what appears to be a trace fossil. I'd be interested to know the period and the possible species that left the mark.

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I've heard them called worm tubes by a geologist and (at least in Ohio) they are usually found in Devonian formations.
 
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Maybe some form of a Graptolite fossil?
 
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I've heard them called worm tubes by a geologist and (at least here in Ohio) they are usually found in Devonian formations.

Thanks for the info Noah_D
 
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No idea, but that is really cool.
 
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