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Stormyrock

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Dec 6, 2022
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Kray Gelder

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Feb 24, 2017
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Georgetown, SC
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Fisher F75
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Metal Detecting
I think it is a marine fossil. Without better detail, crinoid, or coral maybe. I see you found a chert nodule, a marine deposit also.
 

Emil W

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Nov 4, 2021
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Central New Jersey
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Deus 2
Deus
Deus Lite
Garrett Apex
Garrett Pinpointer
BH Discovery 2200
BH Pioneer EX
White's Coinmaster 6000D (have had for decades)
Primary Interest:
Metal Detecting
I'm not sure it's a fossil at all. Appears to be a naturally eroded rock, with the softer parts worn away leaving some harder, more durable, veins of material raised. I'm interested to see what others think it is.
 

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