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Crinoid Stem Fossil #9025019 03/26/24 07:37 PM
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Anyone else have these on their ranch? I have them all over the place.
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Re: Crinoid Stem Fossil [Re: Stompy] #9025047 03/26/24 08:31 PM
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Our ranch in Coleman county is covered. We always called them "pop rocks". If you wonder why, throw a handful in a campfire.

Just lucky nobody ever lost an eye.

Re: Crinoid Stem Fossil [Re: Stompy] #9025057 03/26/24 08:51 PM
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They were all over one hill of my uncle's property near Bowie. They sold that part of the land about 20 years ago. You could just pick up handfuls of them on that hill, which we called Crinoid Hill, naturally.

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