This close up exemplifies the mode of preservation seen in most fossils found in the Redwall cherts, a hollow mold formed when the subject dissolves out leaving behind the exact form in reverse. Here we see a small 1/4 inch crinoid stem with its central canal seen as a pillar in the middle.
Crinoid stem looks like a good choice
... (or bryozoan )
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