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rock wall finds

by Dallis
(Southeast kansas)

the small dark piece is smooth & has a define ridge on it, the longer piece is crumbly & fragile i thought maybe bark but it's probably something

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Paleozoic Kansas
by: Doug

Hey Dallis, thanks for making a submission. I can't give you much help with identification for either piece though.

What I can tell you is that the rocks of southeastern Kansas are mostly from the Pennsylvanian epoch of the Carboniferous Period. During this time Kansas was alternately dry land and covered by shallow seas.

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