Is this a piece of fossilised crinoid?

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Offline mtnrunner

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Is this a piece of fossilised crinoid?
« on: 30/11/2010 20:54:10 »
I found this fossil by my house here in eastern Oklahoma. I need to take it to biology class but first I need to know what the scientific name is. Any takers? I have been looking at pictures all day and its getting old.



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« Last Edit: 05/12/2010 11:08:43 by chris »

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« Last Edit: 30/11/2010 22:13:58 by RD »

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Re: Is this a piece of fossilised crinoid?
« Reply #2 on: 01/12/2010 10:16:31 »
I'd agree with that.

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Re: Is this a piece of fossilised crinoid?
« Reply #3 on: 01/12/2010 12:09:38 »
Hmmm, I though it was a 1981 US coin!

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Ooooo Ouch, sorry, I'm having a silly half hour.


Yep, crinoid stem.
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Re: Is this a piece of fossilised crinoid?
« Reply #4 on: 02/12/2010 05:10:57 »
Don,

I think that fossil is George Washington.
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Re: Is this a piece of fossilised crinoid?
« Reply #5 on: 02/12/2010 05:22:36 »
I think Liberty is becoming fossilized with the phrase "In God we Trust" replacing it with
"Ingot We Trust"

 Last Silver Quarter stamped Jan 1966
 
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