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Gerastos sp. (Goldfuss 1843)

Ludwigia

"The blind trilobite". 2cm. long. From the Devonian Emsian in Morocco. Prepped out of a small block recieved recently from Aaron (AncientEarth).

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Taken with Canon Canon PowerShot SX230 HS

  • 5 mm
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  • f f/3.1
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The blind trilobite? Gerastos has thousands of individual lenses, they're just too small to be observed by the human eye...

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1 minute ago, Douvilleiceras said:

The blind trilobite? Gerastos has thousands of individual lenses, they're just too small to be observed by the human eye...

I think that was acknowledged by the use of suspension quotes. 

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Just acknowledging that Gerastos has holochroal eyes. Sorry to have created any confusion here.

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