Conglomerate Jasper. (Pudding Stone)
Pudding Stone is a common sedimentary rock that is Jasper and Quartz.
The stone was named by English settlers in the South Dakota area about 1840 because it looked like their boiled suet pudding with cherries and currants.
It is a name given to any sedimentary rock known as a “conglomerate” that is colourful.
A conglomerate is composed of water-worn stones cemented together by fine mineral pebbles or river gravel that have been its deposit.
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