Syringopora Fossil - Lake Michigan Stone
Syringopora is an extinct genus of phaceloid tabulate coral. It has been found in rocks ranging in age from the Ordovician to the Permian, although it was most widespread during the Silurian, Devonian, and Carboniferous periods.Class Tabulata--the "tabulate corals" originated in the Early Ordovician period and went extinct at the end of the Permian period. All tabulate corals were colonial and some species were important reef makers during the Silurian and Devonian periods. Their skeletons were constructed primarily of calcite. Some tabulate corals look superficially like honeycombs (e.g., Favosites), while others look like chain links (e.g., Halysites) or collections of narrow tubes (e.g., Syringopora). Others encrusted upon other marine invertebrates (including other corals).
Fossils can help increase accomplishments in business and add excellence to one's environment. They also aid one in being open to change and new ideas. Fossils have been revered by many cultures for centuries, Fossils are often used as talismans for protection and long life. They are links to the past and can be helpful for past-life visualization, astral travel and increased knowledge of ancient ways. Fossils are associated with the earth element, which can heighten your intuition, especially when learning about crystals.
Use Fossils around a home or at work to create a harmonious and organized atmosphere. They can teach us to be aware of the cycle of life and to embrace change with a feeling of security.
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