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Favorite specimens

Posted by Bryan VonCannon  
Favorite specimens
December 31, 2011 03:06AM
I haven't posted any pictures of specimens yet so I figured it was about time. I believe these two are fossilized coral. One has nodules with a blue coating of some kind and that's my favotite overall. The other has some crystallization on nodules. I think they are probably from Florida. They were given to me in the early 70's by a friends father that was a big rock hound. Maybe someone here can give me some more insite to where they came from or other information about them.


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