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Dendrites in Permian-age Lyons Sandstone, Lyons, Colorado

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Comment by Kenneth Ramos on June 22, 2022 at 1:31

Most anything from the Permian fascinates me because so little survived from it towards the end.  These could easily be mistaken for slime mold plasmodia I suppose but more along the line of an alga of sorts or maybe a fern of some kind.  Beautiful all the same.  However, if there is one thing that fascinates me more than the Permian, it would have to be the exact opposite I think and that would have to be the Cambrian explosion.

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