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Aragonite pseudomorph after Belemnite from New Egypt, Ocean County, New Jersey

 
Aragonite pseudomorph after Belemnite from New Egypt, Ocean County, New Jersey

Aragonite pseudomorph after Belemnite from New Egypt, Ocean County, New Jersey

Aragonite pseudomorph after Belemnite from New Egypt, Ocean County, New Jersey

DESCRIPTION:No. 38396
Mineral:Aragonite pseudomorph after Belemnite
Locality:New Egypt, Ocean County, New Jersey
Description:Three translucent amber-colored aragonite pseudomorphs after tapered belemnite, a straight relative to the spiral nautilus. The large ends are hollow and they have a suture line running along one side. Ex. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia collection #22185, presented by Louis Moyd (1916-2006)
Overall Size:9-10 cm
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Status: For reference only
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