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Posted in response to Trying to I.D. this rock from Ron Santos on August 30, 2012 at 21:42:57:

Re: Trying to I.D. this rock

Ron the hole in your rock looks like it could have been a "gas pocket" caught in the solution when this rock was being formed. The lining around the hole looks like it could be small crystals? Or mabe the same substance that the outer coating? One thing about rocks of any kind...they go through a natural tough life before us rock hounds get them, I've polished and slabed cut cabed etc a lot of rocks and I fine pits, crevices, holes in most of the rocks.

Mike

From Michael Miles (Mike) - September 07, 2012 at 09:19:15
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