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SPECIMEN 1 Nostoc Organic-Walled Microfossil
SPECIMEN 2 Nostoc This Structure Fossil Hand Specimen
SPECIMEN 3 Nostoc Hand Specimen of Fossil
SPECIMEN 4 Nostoc
SPECIMEN 5 Nostoc Organic-Walled Microfossils
SPECIMEN 6 Nostoc This “Ball” Electron Photomicrograph
SPECIMEN 7 Nostoc Microscope Slide
SPECIMEN 8 Nostoc Electron Photomicrographs
SPECIMEN 9 Nostoc Microscope Slide
SPECIMEN 10 Nostoc
SPECIMEN 11 Nostoc Organic-Walled Microfossil This Opening
SPECIMEN 12 Nostoc This Position
SPECIMEN 13 Nostoc Organic-Walled Microfossil Electron Photomicrograph
SPECIMEN 14 Nostoc Microfossils
SPECIMEN 15 Nostoc
SPECIMEN 16 Nostoc
SPECIMEN 17 Nostoc These Slits Microfossil Slides
SPECIMEN 18 Nostoc Hand Sample (Rock Slab)
SPECIMEN 19 Nostoc
SPECIMEN 20 Nostoc
SPECIMEN 21 Nostoc Microfossil Thin Section This Chamber
SPECIMEN 22 Nostoc Microfossils
SPECIMEN 23 Nostoc Microfossil Slides
SPECIMEN 24 Nostoc Organic-Walled Microfossils These Openings
SPECIMEN 25 Nostoc Microscope Slide
SPECIMEN 26 Nostoc Organic-Walled Microfossils
SPECIMEN 27 Nostoc Scale Bars = 1 Millimeter
SPECIMEN 28 Nostoc Electron Photomicrographs
SPECIMEN 29 Nostoc This Groove Organic-Walled Microfossil
SPECIMEN 30 Nostoc This “Depression”
SPECIMEN 31 Nostoc
SPECIMEN 32 Nostoc Organic-Walled Microfossils
SPECIMEN 33 Nostoc Microfossils
SPECIMEN 34 Nostoc Electron Photomicrographs
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