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August 26, 2012


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Hi, Michael-- I think you'll find that your little "cogwheel" (lower left photo) is an echinoid (sea urchin) spine in cross-section.

I suspect that you're right, Howard - it's just that I had never seen a blue one before, nor one that has broken this perfectly!

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