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Segmented Microfossils

Most of the Microfossils shown below, although they look like worms, are in all probability algae, fungi or bacteria.   I am saying this due to the age of the rocks, determined by what they contain, found on my property.

These are not all “segmented” to the naked eye, but they do normally have segments when viewed under the scope.   If you recognize something, please let me know what it is.   These are all examples of what would never show up in a Stromatolite or a Precambrian rock, because they didn’t exist in that period.

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