Petrification makes identifying tree ...

Petrification makes identifying tree type a difficult process

There are 3 comments on the Austin American Statesman story from May 14, 2006, titled Petrification makes identifying tree type a difficult process. In it, Austin American Statesman reports that:

Q: I own 75 acres in Dime Box and am always picking up pieces of petrified wood.

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David Taplin

United States

#1 Jun 15, 2006
Most of the petrified wood I've picked up in your area is palm. Petrified palm wood is Texas' State Rock.

Warren, NJ

#2 Jul 5, 2006
Ive got a hunk sitting on my bookshelf.

Wichita Falls, TX

#3 Jul 11, 2006
GarlandTX wrote:
Ive got a hunk sitting on my bookshelf.
My dad kept a piece on his desk for years.

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