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On Tue, 25 Jan 2005, frank bliss wrote:
> It looks to me to be a piece of Teepee Trail Tuffaceous SS (Eocene)
> from North Western Wyoming. I have collected the stuff before and
> recognize the rock, the characteristic fracture, the color and the
> blocky corner cleavage along with the type of preservation of the leaf
> material. I have some identical plant fossils except mine didn't have
> Jurassic Fossils (clearing throat deeply) on the back. Humm, Wyoming
> Eocene on one side, German Jurassic on the Back. Quite an unconformity
Continental drift; a rock can really get around...
> don't you think? Wild Flysh too. How about trying some lithography
> with that sandstone too. Might work better than the original
> lithographic limestone huh?