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Quartz pseudomorph after Viviparous Reesidei from Brushy Basin Formation, Fruita, Mesa County, Colorado

 
Quartz pseudomorph after Viviparous Reesidei from Brushy Basin Formation, Fruita, Mesa County, Colorado

Quartz pseudomorph after Viviparous Reesidei from Brushy Basin Formation, Fruita, Mesa County, Colorado

Quartz pseudomorph after Viviparous Reesidei from Brushy Basin Formation, Fruita, Mesa County, Colorado

DESCRIPTION:No. 76610
Mineral:Quartz pseudomorph after Viviparous Reesidei
Locality:Brushy Basin Formation, Fruita, Mesa County, Colorado
Description:Translucent pink-to-brown quartz pseudomorph after a spiral brachiopod Viviparus Reesidei. The brachiopod was buried and slowly replaced by quartz, forming a pseudomorph or fossil. Minor tan-colored matrix remain on the side where it was attached.
Overall Size:12x11x10 mm
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Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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