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IMG20180907182547.jpg  IMG20180910182808.jpg  dddd.jpg  dwf.jpg  IMG_0009-(1) (1).jpg  A giant member lying peacefully on a gemstone

Please provide information about this please
I found a large group in one place in Egypt.

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Brittle Star
Hi and welcome

Nice forams in there, the limestone in the pyramids are full of them.
JW

 Never ask a star fish for directions
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Jimmy Khattab
Hello sir .. but it is not on limestone They are on gems, while retaining carbon

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Brittle Star
I did not say your photo was limestone. Please do not assume everyone on this forum is male.

What gems are you referring to?
JW

 Never ask a star fish for directions
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Jimmy Khattab
Unfortunately, I rely on translation - I mean fossil stones

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Jimmy Khattab
Of course I appreciate your passing with thank you for your welcome

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Brittle Star
I think you will have problems when the translations do not say what you actually mean.
JW

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Brittle Star
I see you have posted under Sales, Swaps and Wanted.

I maybe wrong but I do not think this is for people who commercially want to sell things they have for sale in a shop.

JW

 Never ask a star fish for directions
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nomadiclifeguide
I am still no clearer on what this specimen actually is..........

Its pretty though. [smile]
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Jimmy Khattab
Thank you - of course it's a rare fossil - Osinian era,But strangely here - it still retains full carbon cells
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Jimmy Khattab
Nummulites
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Elbert
Hello, this looks like a deformed phragmocone of a belemnite, together with Nummulites in a phosphate nodule.
I assume it`s Cretatious in age.

greetings, Bert
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prep01
As far as I am aware, this forum is for SUBSCRIBERS who have paid a subscription to advertise - NOT ID's!
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