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  1. Hi DaveZ, the rock in question is the gray colored nodule inside of the limestone, carbonate or tufa as you mentioned. But like you said, anything could possible be inside it. It’s nice to hear from a fellow reef keeper, thanks for the reply.
  2. Thanks for the replies. I haven’t tried a magnet yet. Here’s a clearer pic of the rock when it’s dry in sunlight. I didn’t notice the spider until I was looking at the pictures. If it’s something radioactive I could have ended up as Spider-Man!
  3. I’m completely ignorant when it comes to meteorites, rocks and gems, my hobby is actually saltwater fish tanks and collecting corals. For new aquariums we sometimes use dry harvested from land ancient reef rock made up of calcium carbonate limestone. This rock comes from ancient reef when the Florida landmass was formed, you can sometimes see fragments of shells in these rocks. I happened to get a piece which has a dark colored rock or metal embedded in it. I realized it was in there about a week after putting it inside my newly filled aquarium and I got nervous because most heavy metals
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