As of 2019-07-30, Rock identification questions are off-topic on Earth Science Stack Exchange. Please see this meta post.
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How to ask an "Identify this rock" question
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Describe and photograph a fresh surface.
Breaking open a rock to see an unweathered surface is very important for identification. In some cases the minerals show up better on a weathered surface so include both pictures if possible.
This isn't as important for mineral crystal specimens and we understand if you are reluctant to destroy your sample but not ...
A streak test is another test that can be useful in mineral identification. If you are able to perform this test, include the results in the question.
Streak is the colour of the powdered mineral. In many cases it is the same colour as the rock but in some it is very different from the normal surface.
To perform a streak test, you need a piece of hard, ...
If you think you have a fossil, Use this guide instead.
You may not have a fossil
This is always a possibility there are many chemical and physical processes that look superficially like fossils. If multiple comments tell you it is not a fossil be expected to supply the information from the other guide and retag your question. You may even find reposting ...