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This fossil has a single Orthoceras in an unpolished matrix.
Orthoceras is an extinct nautiloid cephalopod from the Middle Ordovician age. Its fossilization typically occurs in marine rock, predominantly limestone. Its color is determined by the groundwater minerals during diagenesis.
This fossil spans from approximately 3.5 to 6 inches.
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