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Posted in response to Please help me identify a central Minnesota rock from Paula Kruschke on September 19, 2013 at 21:59:23:

Re: Please help me identify a central Minnesota rock

If the photo I saw was correct, it looks like orbicular jasper. There is also a variety of Lakers called eye agates. Some of them have a ton of little orbs like the jasper and have the red-orange-yellow banding like Lake Superior agates around them. I cannot tell from the pic, but maybe a quick search on the Googlesphere may help. Good luck!

From J.L. - April 15, 2014 at 09:47:37

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