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  1. While visiting family in Georgia, I decided to take my older brother on a Cambrian Bug Hunt. There is no better place to go than a little exposure in Murray County, Georgia that lies under a bridge and next to the beautiful Conasauga River. The Upper Cambrian (Aphelaspis Zone) trilobites found here include Aphelaspis brachyphasis, and Agnostoids, among others. This is a relatively small exposure and depending on the height of the river, it can make the exposure that much smaller or not accessible at all. I was down her in May on my way back from Sanibel Island and I was not able to collect due to river conditions. The other thing that is small with this site is parking, if cars are parked correctly, you can fit 2, but no more that that. I also collect early and leave as much room as possible for any other collectors. Here are a couple pictures of the collecting area and the steep and often slippery descent. We were were only able to stay for two hours due to the fact that my brother got injured, but I will touch on that at the end. Here are some of my finds, I also collected matrix to work on later. Aphlelaspis brachyphasis Aphelaspis brachyphasis and a Agnostoid portion. Besides the mudstone, trilobites are also found in a harder grey shale. Here is a very large portion I found on the ground ( 35 pounds) and I will work on this piece at home. As you can see, there are trilobites found in it and many times they have excellent preservation. One handy tool to have there is this folding hacksaw, it allows me to trim pieces in the field for easier storage. As I stated above, my brother had an accident, really a slip and fall. Besides watching how you go up and down to your car, you have to watch the loose matrix. He went to adjust how he was sitting and the loose matrix caused him to slip. It appears he broke or dislocated his left pinky finger and we left so he could go to Urgent Care. Be careful collecting anywhere.
  2. Hot off the presses.... Waisfeld, B.G., Vaccari, N.E., Toro, B.A., Rubinstein, C.V., & Astini, R.A. (2006) Revision of the Ogygiocaris araiorhachis zone (Trilobita, late Tremadocian) in the Pascha-Incamayo region, Cordillera oriental, Argentina. Part 1: Biostratigraphy. Ameghiniana, 43(4):717-728 OPEN ACCESS PDF Waisfeld, B.G., & Vaccari, N.E. (2006) Revision of the Ogygiocaris araiorhachis zone (Trilobita, late Tremadocian) in the Pascha-Incamayo region, Cordillera oriental, Argentina. Part 2: Systematic Paleontology. Ameghiniana, 43(4):729-744 OPEN ACCESS PDF Clarkson, E.N,K., Levi-Setti, R., & Horváth, G. (2006) The eyes of trilobites: the oldest preserved visual system. Arthropod Structure & Development, 35(4):247-259 OPEN ACCESS PDF Zhu, X., & Shanchi, P. (2006) Eoshumardia (Trilobita, Cambrian), a junior synonym of Koldinioidia. Alcheringa, 30(2):183-189 OPEN ACCESS PDF Paterson, J.R., & Jago, J.B. (2006) New trilobites from the Lower Cambrian Emu Bay Shale Lagerstätte at Big Gully, Kangaroo Island, South Australia. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 32:43-57 OPEN ACCESS PDF Laurie, J.R. (2006) Early Middle Cambrian trilobites from the Jigaimara formation, Arafura Basin, northern territory. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 32:103-126 OPEN ACCESS PDF Laurie, J.R. (2006) Early Middle Cambrian trilobites from Pacific Oil & Gas Baldwin 1 well, southern Georgina Basin, Northern Territory. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 32:127-204 OPEN ACCESS PDF Taylor, J.F. (2006) History and status of the biomere concept. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 32:247-265 OPEN ACCESS PDF Laurie, J.R. (2006) Ordovician trilobites of the Horn Valley Siltstone and basal Stairway Sandstone, Amadeus Basin, Northern Territory. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 32:287-345 OPEN ACCESS PDF Paterson, J.R. (2006) Prosopiscus (Ordovician; Trilobita) from the Rowena Formation, western New South Wales. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 32:347-352 OPEN ACCESS PDF Vaccari, N.E., Waisfeld, B.G., Chatterton, B.D.E., & Edgecombe, G.D. (2006) New raphiophorid trilobites from the Ordovician of Argentina and their biogeographic implications. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 32:353-374 OPEN ACCESS PDF Zhiqiang, Z., & Zhiyi, Z. (2006) Late Ordovician trilobites from the Zhusilenghaierhan area, Ejin Banner, western Inner Mongolia, China. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 32:383-411 OPEN ACCESS PDF Edgecombe, G.D., & Webby, B.D. (2006) The Ordovician encrinurid trilobite Sinocybele from New South Wales and its biogeographic significance. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 32:413-422 OPEN ACCESS PDF Sandford, A.C., & Holloway, D.J. (2006) Early Silurian phacopide trilobites from central Victoria, Australia. Memoirs of Museum Victoria, 63(2):215-255 OPEN ACCESS PDF Magrean, B. (2006) Revision of some Devonian trilobites from Belgium. The genera Astycoryphe, Tropidocoryphe, Eifliarges and Koneprusia. Bulletin de l’Institut royal des Sciences naturelles de Belgique, 76:67-77 OPEN ACCESS PDF Lerosey-Aubril, R. (2006) Ontogeny of Drevermannia and the origin of blindness in Late Devonian proetoid trilobites. Geological Magazine, 143(1):89-104 OPEN ACCESS PDF Axheimer, N., Eriksson, M.E., Ahlberg, P., & Bengtsson, A. (2006) The middle Cambrian cosmopolitan key species Lejopyge laevigata and its biozone: new data from Sweden. Geological Magazine, 143(4):447-455 OPEN ACCESS PDF Pour, M.G. (2006) Early Ordovician (Tremadocian) trilobites from Simeh-Kuh, Eastern Alborz, Iran. Studies in Palaeozoic palaeontology, National Museum of Wales Geological Series, 25:93-118 OPEN ACCESS PDF McNamara, K.J., Yu F., & Zhou Z. (2006) Ontogeny and heterochrony in the Early Cambrian Oryctocephalid trilobites Changaspis, Duyunaspis and Balangia from China. Palaeontology, 49(1):1-19 OPEN ACCESS PDF Carvalho, M.D.G.P. (2006) Devonian trilobites from the Falkland islands. Palaeontology, 49(1):21-34 OPEN ACCESS PDF Pärnaste, H. (2006) The earliest encrinurid trilobites from the East Baltic and their taxonomic interest. Palaeontology, 49(1):155-170 OPEN ACCESS PDF Wenwei, Y., Fortey, R.A., & Turvey, S.T. (2006) Ontogeny and relationships of the trilobite Pseudopetigurus Prantl and Přibyl. Palaeontology, 49(3):537-546 OPEN ACCESS PDF Lerosey‐Aubril, R., & Feist, R. (2006) Late ontogeny and hypostomal condition of a new cyrtosymboline trilobite from the Famennian of Morocco. Palaeontology, 49(5):1053-1068 OPEN ACCESS PDF Terfelt, F. (2006) Review of uppermost Furongian trilobites from Scania, southern Sweden, based on type material. Palaeontology, 49(6):1339-1355 OPEN ACCESS PDF Chatterton, B.D.E., Fortey, R.A., Brett, K.D., Gibb, S.L, & McKellar, R.C. (2006) Trilobites from the upper Lower to Middle Devonian Timrhanrhart Formation, Jbel Gara et Zguilma, southern Morocco. Palaeontographica Canadiana, 25:1-177 OPEN ACCESS PDF Zhang W. (2006) Note on a complete specimen of Middle Cambrian trilobite Anomocarella from Dongping, Shandong. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica, 45(4):523-527 OPEN ACCESS PDF Li, Q., & Peng, S. (2006) Huaiaspis, a new Cambrian trilobite genus from Northern Anhui. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica, 45(4):540-548 OPEN ACCESS PDF Zhu X., & Peng S. (2006) Restoration of deformed trilobites and postecdysial trilobites. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica, 45(4):563-567 OPEN ACCESS PDF Zhang W. (2006) Problems of Cambrian trilobite biogeography. Earth Science Frontiers, 13(6):139-144 OPEN ACCESS PDF Han, N. (2006) Techniques of exuviations in Euloma changshanense Lu (Trilobita) and its palaeoenvironmental significance. Journal of Palaeogeography, 8(1):17-22 OPEN ACCESS PDF Geyer, G. (2006) First African oryctocephalid trilobites from the Lower-Middle Cambrian boundary interval. Palaeoworld, 15(3-4):348-359 OPEN ACCESS PDF Peng, S.C., Babcock, L.E., Zuo, J.X., Lin, H.L., Zhu, X.J., Yang, X.F., Robison, R.A., Qi, Y.P., Bagnoli, G., & Chen, Y. A. (2006) Proposed GSSP for the base of Cambrian Stage 7, coinciding with the first appearance of Lejopyge laevigata, Hunan, China. Palaeoworld, 15(3):367-383 OPEN ACCESS PDF Jago, J.B., Zang, W.L., Sun, X., Brock, G.A., Paterson, J.R., & Skovsted, C.B. (2006) A review of the Cambrian biostratigraphy of South Australia. Palaeoworld, 15(3):406-423 OPEN ACCESS PDF Zhao, Y., Yuan, J., Peng, S., Yang, X., Peng, J., Lin, J., & Guo, Q. (2006) A restudy of Oryctocephalus indicus (Reed, 1910). Progress in Natural Science, 16(11):1177-1182 OPEN ACCESS PDF Kordule, V. (2006) Ptychopariid trilobites in the Middle Cambrian of Central Bohemia (taxonomy, biostratigraphy, synecology). Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 81(4):277-304 OPEN ACCESS PDF Mergl, M. (2006) Tremadocian Trilobites of the Prague Basin, Czech Republic. Acta Musei Nationalis Pragae, Series B, Historia Naturalis, 62(1-2):1-70 OPEN ACCESS PDF Mergl, M. (2006) Pelagic trilobites and Ordovician ice age. Skolská fyzika, mimorádné císlo, 32:31-33 OPEN ACCESS PDF Pärnaste, H. (2006) The Early Ordovician trilobite distribution and zonation of the east Baltic. Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences, 55(2):109-127 OPEN ACCESS PDF Cherns, L., Wheeley, J.R., & Karis, L. (2006) Tunneling trilobites: Habitual infaunalism in an Ordovician carbonate seafloor. Geological Society America, Geology, 34(8):657-660 OPEN ACCESS PDF Geyer, G., & Landing, E. 2006 Morocco 2006: Ediacaran–Cambrian depositional environments and stratigraphy of the western Atlas regions. Explanatory description and field excursion guide. Beringeria Special Issue, 6:1-120 OPEN ACCESS PDF Turvey, S.T., Zhou, Z.Y., & Yuan, W.W. (2006) Two new species of Pseudopetigurus (Trilobita) from the Arenig—Llanvirn of South China. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 80(1):52-59 OPEN ACCESS PDF Van Viersen, A.P. (2006) New Middle Devonian trilobites from Vireux-Molhain (Ardennes, northern France). Senckenbergiana Lethaea, 86(1):63-75 OPEN ACCESS PDF Van Viersen, A.P. (2006) Dohmiella Lütke 1990 (Trilobita) a valid proetid genus, with two new species from Belgium and Germany. Senckenbergiana Lethaea, 86(2):229-241 OPEN ACCESS PDF Basse, M., Müller, P., & Franke, C. (2006) New information on the trilobites from the early Lower Emsian (Ulmen substage; Lower Devonian) of the Reideschbaach site (Luxemburg; Givonne-Oesling Anticline; Rhenohercynian Zone). Senckenbergiana Lethaea, 86(2):243-260 OPEN ACCESS PDF Tortello, M.F., Vizcaïno, D., & Álvaro, J.J. (2006) Early Ordovician agnostoid trilobites from the southern Montagne Noire, France. Journal of Paleontology, 80(3):477-495 OPEN ACCESS PDF Paterson, J.R., & Edgecombe, G.D. (2006) The Early Cambrian trilobite family Emuellidae Pocock, 1970: systematic position and revision of Australian species. Journal of Paleontology, 80(3):496-513 OPEN ACCESS PDF Crônier, C., & Fortey, R.A. (2006) Morphology and ontogeny of an Early Devonian phacopid trilobite with reduced sight from southern Thailand. Journal of Paleontology, 80(3):529-536 OPEN ACCESS PDF Adrain, J.M., & Westrop, S.R. (2006) New earliest Ordovician trilobite genus Millardicurus: The oldest known hystricurid. Journal of Paleontology, 80:650-671 OPEN ACCESS PDF Landing, E., & Westrop, S.R. (2006) Lower Ordovician faunas, stratigraphy, and sea-level history of the middle Beekmantown Group, northeastern New York. Journal of Paleontology, 80(5):958-980 OPEN ACCESS PDF McNamara, K.J., & Feist, R. (2006) New styginids from the Late Devonian of Western Australia—the last corynexochid trilobites. Journal of Paleontology, 80(5):981-992 OPEN ACCESS PDF Skovsted, C.B. (2006) Small Shelly fauna from the upper Lower Cambrian Bastion and Ella Island formations, north-east Greenland. Journal of Paleontology, 80(6):1087-1112 OPEN ACCESS PDF Adrain, J.M., & Westrop, S.R. (2006) Notchpeakia, a new genus of Upper Cambrian (Sunwaptan) "entomaspidid" trilobites. Journal of Paleontology, 80:1152-1171 OPEN ACCESS PDF Ahlberg, P., Månsson, K., Clarkson, E.N.K., & Taylor, C.M. (2006) Faunal turnovers and trilobite morphologies in the upper Cambrian Leptoplastus Zone at Andrarum, southern Sweden. Lethaia, 39(2):97-110 OPEN ACCESS PDF Bruton, D.L., & Høyberget, M. (2006) A reconstruction of Telephina bicuspis, a pelagic trilobite from the Middle Ordovician of the Oslo Region, Norway. Lethaia, 39(4):359-364 OPEN ACCESS PDF Basse, M., & Franke, C. (2006) Marine Faunen aus dem frühen Unteremsium (Unterdevon) des Givonne-Oesling-Antiklinoriums (Luxemburg). Ferrantia, 46:7-41 OPEN ACCESS PDF Özdikmen, H. (2006) Nomenclatural changes for fourteen Trilobites genera. Munis Entomology Zoology, 1(2):179-190 OPEN ACCESS PDF Van der Straaten, R. (2006) Trilobites have eyes of crystal. Grondboor en Hamer, 60(5-6):121-122 OPEN ACCESS PDF Choi, D.K., & Kim, E.Y. (2006) Occurrence of Changshania (Trilobita, Cambrian) in the Taebaeksan Basin, Korea and its stratigraphic and paleogeographic significance. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 242(3):343-354 OPEN ACCESS PDF Hunda, B.R., Hughes, N.C., & Flessa, K.W. (2006) Trilobite taphonomy and temporal resolution in the Mt. Orab shale bed (Upper Ordovician, Ohio, USA). Palaios, 21(1):26-45 OPEN ACCESS PDF Amati, L., & Westrop, S.R. (2006) Sedimentary facies and trilobite biofacies along an Ordovician shelf to basin gradient, Viola Group, south-central Oklahoma. Palaios, 21(6):516-529 OPEN ACCESS PDF Hughes, N.C., Minelli, A., & Fusco, G. (2006) The ontogeny of trilobite segmentation: a comparative approach. Paleobiology, 32(4):602-627 OPEN ACCESS PDF Żylińska, A., Szczepanik, Z., & Salwa, S. (2006) Cambrian of the Holy Cross Mountains, Poland; biostratigraphy of the Wiśniówka Hill succession. Acta Geologica Polonica, 56(4):443-461 OPEN ACCESS PDF Adrain, J.M., & Westrop, S.R. (2006) New genus of dimeropygid trilobites from the earliest Ordovician of Laurentia. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 51:541-550 OPEN ACCESS PDF Naimark, E.B. (2006) Growth and development of agnostids Pentagnostus proanabarensis Fedoseev, 1999. Paleontological Journal, 40(5):541-552 OPEN ACCESS PDF Álvarez, M.E.D., Gozalo, R., & Liñán, E. (2006) First finding of Alueva hastata, (SDZUY 1958) (Trilobite, early Middle Cambrian) in the Northwest of Spain (Cantabrian Mountains). Jornadas de la Sociedad Española de Paleontología, 22:115-116 OPEN ACCESS PDF Álvarez, M.E.D., & Gozalo, R. (2006) The genus Hamatolenus Hupé, 1953 (Lower-Middle Cambrian) from Murero and surrounding areas in the Iberian Chains (NE Spain). Revista Española de Paleontología, 21(1):61-78 OPEN ACCESS PDF Aramburu, C., Arbizu, M., Bernárdez, E., Gozalo, R., Gutiérrez-Marco, J.C., & Liñán, E. (2006) Paleontology and Stratigraphy of the Lower Paleozoic in Los Barrios de Luna. Jornadas de la Sociedad Española de Paleontología, 75 pp. OPEN ACCESS PDF Calner, M., Ahlberg, P., Axheimer, N., & Gustavsson, L. (2006) The first record of Odontopleura ovata (Trilobita) from Scandinavia: part of a middle Silurian intercontinental shelly benthos mass occurrence. GFF, 128(1):33-37 OPEN ACCESS PDF Axheimer, N. (2006) The lower and middle Cambrian of Sweden: trilobites, biostratigraphy and intercontinental correlation. Thesis, Lund University Department of Geology, 21 pp. OPEN ACCESS PDF Brown, A.M. (2006) Terrace ridges in trilobites. PhD Thesis. University of Edinburgh, 299 pp. OPEN ACCESS PDF Hegna, T.A. (2006) Systematics of Late Cambrian (Sunwaptan) trilobites from the St. Charles Formation, southeastern Idaho. M.S. Thesis, University of Iowa, 236 pp. OPEN ACCESS PDF Dean, W. T. (2006) Cambrian stratigraphy and trilobites of the Samur Dağ area, south of Hakkâri, southeastern Turkey. Turkish Journal of Earth Sciences, 15(3):225-257 OPEN ACCESS PDF Carvalho, M.D.G.P., & Fonseca, V.M.M. (2007) The Trilobite “Dalmanites” Maecurua Clarke, 1890 (Middle Devonian, Amazon Basin, Brazil) and the new genus Amazonaspis (Synphoriidae). American Museum Natural History Novitates, 3591:1-14 OPEN ACCESS PDF Hughes, N.C. (2007) Evolution of Trilobite Body Patterning. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, 35:401-434 OPEN ACCESS PDF Bordonaro, O.L., & Banchig, A.L. (2007) Cambrian trilobite biofacies in the Alojamiento Formation, Precordillera of San Juan and Mendoza, Argentina. Ameghiniana, 44(1):91-107 OPEN ACCESS PDF Tortello, M.F., & Esteban, S.B. (2007) Trilobites from the Volcancito Formation (Filo Azul Member, Late Cambrian) of the Famatina System, La Rioja, Argentina: systematics and paleoenvironment. Ameghiniana, 44(3):597-620 OPEN ACCESS PDF Lin, J.P. (2007) Preservation of the gastrointestinal system in Olenoides (Trilobita) from the Kaili Biota (Cambrian) of Guizhou, China. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 33:179-189 OPEN ACCESS PDF Shergold, J.H., Laurie, J.R., & Shergold, J.E. (2007) Cambrian and Early Ordovician trilobite taxonomy and biostratigraphy, Bonaparte Basin, Western Australia. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 34:17-86 OPEN ACCESS PDF Webster, M. (2007) Paranephrolenellus, a new genus of Early Cambrian olenelloid trilobite. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 34:31-59 OPEN ACCESS PDF Paterson, J.R., Skovsted, C.B., Brock, G.A., & Jago, J.B. (2007) An early Cambrian faunule from the Koolywurtie Limestone Member (Parara Limestone), Yorke Peninsula, South Australia and its biostratigraphic significance. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 34:131-146 OPEN ACCESS PDF Zhou, Z., & Zhou, Z. (2007) The Remopleuridine Trilobite Amphitryon Hawle and Corda, 1847, from the Pagoda Formation of Southwestern Shaanxi, China. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 34:173-180 OPEN ACCESS PDF Zhou, Z., & Zhou, Z. (2007) The Late Ordovician cyclopygid trilobite Sagavia Koroleva, 1967, from the Pagoda Formation of southwestern Shaanxi, China. 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(2007) Preliminary report of trilobites from the Hanonet Formation (Eifelian–Givetian transition), southern border of Dinant Synclinorium, Belgium. Bulletin de l'Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique, 77:15-29 OPEN ACCESS PDF Magrean, B. (2007) A revision of Devonian trilobites from Belgium, Part 2: The genera Gerastos and Cornuproetus. Bulletin de l'Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique, 77:31-40 OPEN ACCESS PDF Van Viersen, A.P. (2007) Kettneraspis, Radiaspis and Ceratarges (Trilobita) from the Middle Devonian of the Rochefort area (Ardennes, Belgium). Scripta Geologica, 134:1-18 OPEN ACCESS PDF Hughes, N.C. (2007) Strength in numbers: high phenotypic variance in early Cambrian trilobites and its evolutionary implications. BioEssays, 29:1081-1084 OPEN ACCESS PDF Zhiyi, Z., Wenwei, Y., & Zhiqiang, Z. (2007) Patterns, processes and likely causes of the Ordovician trilobite radiation in South China. 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New permineralized flora and trilobites from the Mid Tournaisian (Early Carboniferous) Ruxton Formation, Clarke River Basin, north‐east Australia. Palaeontology, 50(1):223-243 OPEN ACCESS PDF Turvey, S. T. (2007) Asaphoid trilobites from the Arenig–Llanvirn of the South China plate. Palaeontology, 50(2):347-399 OPEN ACCESS PDF Lee, M. R., Torney, C., & Owen, A. W. (2007) Magnesium-rich intralensar structures in schizochroal trilobite eyes. Palaeontology, 50(5):1031-1037 OPEN ACCESS PDF Rushton, A., Williams, M., Siveter, D., & Berg-Madsen, V. (2007) A new mid-Cambrian trilobite fauna from Shropshire. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association, 118(2):129-142 OPEN ACCESS PDF Adrain, J. M., & Westrop, S. R. (2007) Bearriverops, a new Lower Ordovician trilobite genus from the Great Basin, western USA, and classification of the family Dimeropygidae. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 44(3):337-366 OPEN ACCESS PDF Lee, D.C., & Chatterton, B.D.E. (2007) Protaspides of uppermost Cambrian trilobite Missisquoia, with implications for suprafamilial level classification of the genus. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 44(4):493-506 OPEN ACCESS PDF Westrop, S.R., & Adrain, J.M. (2007) Bartonaspis new genus, a trilobite species complex from the base of the Upper Cambrian Sunwaptan Stage in North America. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 44(7):987-1003 OPEN ACCESS PDF Lee, D.C., & Chatterton, B.D.E. (2007) Ontogeny of Parabolinella panosa (Olenidae, Trilobita) from the uppermost Furongian (Upper Cambrian) of northwestern Canada, with discussion of olenid protaspides. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 44(12):1695-1711 OPEN ACCESS PDF Zhu, X., Peng, S., Du, S., & Hu, Y. (2007) Ontogeny and malformation of Tamdaspis jingxiensis sp. nov. (Trilobita, Cambrian) from Jingxi, Guangxi, China. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica, 46(2):225-231 OPEN ACCESS PDF Budil, P., & Horbinger, F. (2007) Exoskeletal structures and ultrastructures in Lower Devonian dalmanitid trilobites of the Prague Basin (Czech Republic). Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 82(1):27-36 OPEN ACCESS PDF Budil, P., & Horbinger, F. (2007) Exoskeletal structures and ultrastructures in Lower Devonian dalmanitid trilobites of the Prague Basin (Czech Republic). 82(1):27-36 OPEN ACCESS PDF Weidner, T., & Nielsen, A.T. (2007) Linguagnostus groenwalli Kobayashi, 1939 (Trilobita, Middle Cambrian) from erratics in Denmark. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 55:81-84 OPEN ACCESS PDF Crônier, C., & Van Viersen, A. (2008). The ‘Mur des douaniers’, an exceptionally well-preserved early Eifelian fossil site. Bulletin de la Société géologique de France, 179(1):89-95 OPEN ACCESS PDF Morzadec, P., Brice, D., & Loones, C. (2007) Trilobites Dévoniens de Ferques, Boulonnaise, Nord de France; Migrations et Paleobiographie. 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(2007) The trilobite Protostygina and the composition of the Styginidae, with two new genera. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 81(1):1-16 OPEN ACCESS PDF Basse, M., Lemke, U., & Müller, P. (2007) Andegavia simplex Pillet 1972, Sagittapeltis triangularis Kim 1997 and some similar taxa (Scutelluidae; Trilobita; late Lower Devonian): morphology, systematics and geographic distribution. Senckenbergiana Lethaea, 87(1):79-107 OPEN ACCESS PDF Van Viersen, A.P., & Prescher, H. (2007) Note on Cyphaspis Burmeister 1843 (Trilobita, Aulacopleuridae), with a review of several species mainly from the Devonian of Belgium and Germany. Senckenbergiana Lethaea, 87(2):157-170 OPEN ACCESS PDF Paterson, J.R., & Brock, G.A. (2007) Early Cambrian trilobites from Angorichina, Flinders Ranges, South Australia, with a new assemblage from the Pararaia bunyerooensis Zone. Journal of Paleontology, 81(1):116-142 OPEN ACCESS PDF Gibb, S., & Chatterton, B.D.E. (2007) Timsaloproetus new genus (Proetida: Trilobita) and included species from Lower and Middle Devonian strata of southern Morocco. Journal of Paleontology, 81(2):352-367 OPEN ACCESS PDF Crônier, C. (2007) Larval morphology and ontogeny of an Upper Devonian phacopid: Nephranops from Thuringia, Germany. Journal of Paleontology, 81(4):684-700 OPEN ACCESS PDF Zhang, X. L., Shu, D. G., & Erwin, D. H. (2009) Cambrian Naraoiids (Arthropoda): morphology, ontogeny, systematics, and evolutionary relationships. Journal of Paleontology, 81(Special Issue 68):1-52 OPEN ACCESS PDF Webster, M. (2007) Ontogeny and evolution of the Early Cambrian trilobite genus Nephrolenellus (Olenelloidea). Journal of Paleontology, 81(6):1168-1193 OPEN ACCESS PDF Lee, S.B., & Choi, D.K. (2007) Trilobites of the Pseudokoldinioidia Fauna (Uppermost Cambrian) from the Taebaek Group, Taebaeksan Basin, Korea. Journal of Paleontology, 81(6):1454-1465 OPEN ACCESS PDF Kang, I., & Choi, D.K. 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(2007) Trilobite diversity in Avalonia prior to the end Ordovician extinction—the peak before the trough. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 245(1):264-271 OPEN ACCESS PDF Owens, R.M., & Servais, T. (2007) The Ordovician of the Condroz Inlier, Belgium: Trilobites from the southeastern margin of Avalonia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 245(1):272-294 OPEN ACCESS PDF Paterson, J.R., Jago, J.B., Brock, G.A., & Gehling, J.G. (2007) Taphonomy and palaeoecology of the emuellid trilobite Balcoracania dailyi (early Cambrian, South Australia). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 249(3):302-321 OPEN ACCESS PDF Schwimmer, D.R., & Montante, W.M. (2007) Exceptional fossil preservation in the Conasauga Formation, Cambrian, northwestern Georgia, USA. Palaios, 22(4):360-372 OPEN ACCESS PDF Rushton, A.W.A., & Weidner, T. (2007) The Middle Cambrian paradoxidid trilobite Hydrocephalus from Jämtland, central Sweden. 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(2007) Late Paleozoic trilobites from Kansas and Nebraska. Bachelor Science Thesis, Ohio State University, 28 pp. OPEN ACCESS PDF Tortello, M.F., & Clarkson, E.N.K. (2008) Ontogeny, structure and moulting of Parabolina frequens argentina (Kayser) (Trilobita, Olenidae) from the Furongian of northwestern Argentina. Ameghiniana, 45(1):13-31 OPEN ACCESS PDF Liñán, E., Gozalo, R., Álvarez, D., Eugenia, M., Gámez Vintaned, J.A., & Zamora, S. (2008) New lower Ovetian trilobites (low Lower Cambrian) from Sierra Morena (Spain). Ameghiniana, 45(1):123-138 OPEN ACCESS PDF Waisfeld, B.G., & Vaccari, N.E. (2008) The genus Thysanopyge (Trilobita, Early Ordovician); species and distribution in the northwest of Argentina. Ameghiniana, 45(4):753-774 OPEN ACCESS PDF Waisfeld, B.G., & Vaccari, N.E. (2008) Biostratigraphy of trilobites of the lower Paleozoic of the Eastern Cordillera. Relatorio del 12º Congreso Geológico Argentino, 12:119-127 OPEN ACCESS PDF Park, T.Y., Han, Z., Bai, Z., & Choi, D.K. (2008) Two middle Cambrian trilobite genera, Cyclolorenzella Kobayashi, 1960 and Jiulongshania gen. nov., from Korea and China. Alcheringa, 32(3):247-269 OPEN ACCESS PDF Dai, T., & Zhang, X. (2008) Ontogeny of the trilobite Yunnanocephalus yunnanensis from the Chengjiang lagerstätte, lower Cambrian, southwest China. Alcheringa, 32(4):465-468 OPEN ACCESS PDF Zhou, Z.Y., & Zhen, Y.Y. (2008) Trilobite-constrained Ordovician biogeography of China with reference to faunal connections with Australia. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales, 129:183-195 OPEN ACCESS PDF Van Viersen, A.P. (2008) First record of the Odontopleurid trilobite Koneprusia from the Lower Eifelian of Vireux-Molhain (northern France), with remarks on the associated trilobite fauna. Geologica Belgica, 11:83-91 OPEN ACCESS PDF Van Viersen, A.P., & Prescher, H. (2008) Devonian Proetidae (Trilobita) from the Ardennes Massif (Belgium, N France) and the Eifel Hills (W Germany). 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Instituto Geológico y Minero de España, Cuadernos del Museo Geominero, 9:1-448 OPEN ACCESS PDF 4th International Trilobite Conference: Post-Conference Field Trip (2008) Lower and Middle Cambrian trilobites of selected localities in Cadenas Ibéricas (NE Spain). Universidad de Zaragoza, Ciudad Universitaria, 52 pp. OPEN ACCESS PDF Budil, P., Thomas, A.T., & Hörbinger, F. (2008) Exoskeletal architecture, hypostomal morphology and mode of life of Silurian and Lower Devonian dalmanitid trilobites. Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 83(1):1-10 OPEN ACCESS PDF Budil, P., ed. (2008) Palaeontological Workshop held in Honour of Jaroslav Kraft. Czech Geological Society, Charles University Prague, 67 pp. OPEN ACCESS PDF Stein, M. (2008) Fritzolenellus lapworthi (Peach and Horne, 1892) from the lower Cambrian (Cambrian Series 2) Bastion Formation of North-East Greenland. 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(2010) Remarks to the biostratigraphy and ecostratigraphy of the subfamily Cheirurinae Salter, 1864 (Trilobita) from the Silurian of Prague Basin (Barrandian Area, Czech Republic). Erica Plzeň, 17:141-157 OPEN ACCESS PDF Vokáč, V., Hartl, F., & Krýda, P. (2010) Remarkable Trilobite Ananaspis-Ryckholtia Assemblage (Kopanina Formation, Ludfordian) in the Vseradice Section (Prague Basin, Barrandian, Czech Republic). Erica Plzeň, 18:167-172 OPEN ACCESS PDF Budil, P., Fatka, O., Zwanzig, M., & Rak, Š. (2010) Two unique Middle Ordovician trilobites from the Prague Basin, Czech Republic. Journal of the National Museum (Prague), Natural History Series, 179(8):95-104 OPEN ACCESS PDF Mergl, M. (2010) New find of Holoubkovia klouceki (Růžička, 1926) (Trilobita, Lichida)in the Mílina Formation (Tremadocian) in the Barrandian area. Zprávy o Geologických Výzkumech v Roce, 43:156-157 OPEN ACCESS PDF Rak, Š., & Viktorýn, T. (2010) New discovery of an articulated Exoskeleton of the Trilobite Spinibole (Spinibole) olgae Chlupáč, 1966 in the Moravian Karst (Czech Republic). Zprávy o Geologických Výzkumech v Roce, 43:157-159 OPEN ACCESS PDF Vokáč, V., & Krýda, P. (2010) Remarks on taxon Trilobites ferus Barrande, 1852 (Trilobita, Lichida) from the Motol Formation (Wenlock, Silurian) from Listice near Beroun (Prague Basin, Bohemia). Zprávy o Geologických Výzkumech v Roce, 43:175-176 OPEN ACCESS PDF Hansen, T. (2010) Cyrtometopinid trilobites from the upper Volkhov and lower Lynna formations (lower Darriwilian) of NW Russia. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 58:1-13 OPEN ACCESS PDF Weidner, T., & Nielsen, A.T. (2010) Yuepingia? sp., a ceratopygid trilobite from the upper Cambrian (Furongian) of Scandinavia. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, 58:29-33 OPEN ACCESS PDF Lebrun, P. (2010) The trilobites of the middle Ordovician of the synclinorium of Martigne-Ferchaud, Ille-et-Vilaine. 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(2011) A discovery of Eudolatites Delo, 1935 (Dalmanitidae, Trilobita) in the Libeň Formation (lower Sandbian, Upper Ordovician, Prague Basin, Bohemia). Folia Musei Rerum Naturalium Bohemiae Occidentalis Geologica, 45(1-2):95-97 OPEN ACCESS PDF Budil, P., Fatka, O., Mergl, M., & David, M. (2011) Trilobite biostratigraphy of the Králův Dvůr Formation (upper Katian, Prague Basin, Czech Republic): global faunal changes or facies-related distribution?. Geolické Výzkumy na Moravé a ve Slezsku, 2011(1):4-10 OPEN ACCESS PDF Clarkson, E.N.K. (2011) The Life and Times of the Olenid Trilobites. Geolické Výzkumy na Moravé a ve Slezsku, 2011(1):11-17 OPEN ACCESS PDF Schoenemann, B., & Clarkson, E.N.K. (2011) The Eyes of Bohemian Trilobites. Geolické Výzkumy na Moravé a ve Slezsku, 2011(1):45-50 OPEN ACCESS PDF Budil, P., Mergl, M., Fatka, O., & Lisec, M. (2011) Several notes on the functional morphology of trinucleid trilobites. 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(2011) Mosaic heterochrony and evolutionary modularity: The trilobite genus Zacanthopsis as a case study. Evolution, 65(11):3241-3252 OPEN ACCESS PDF Hopkins, M.J. (2011) How species longevity, intraspecific morphological variation, and geographic range size are related: a comparison using Late Cambrian trilobites. Evolution, 65(11):3253-3273 OPEN ACCESS PDF Webster, M., & Zelditch, M.L. (2011) Modularity of a Cambrian ptychoparioid trilobite cranidium. Evolution & Development, 13:(1)96-109 OPEN ACCESS PDF Webster, M., & Zelditch, M.L. (2011) Evolutionary Lability of Integration in Cambrian Ptychoparioid Trilobites. Evolutionary Biology, 38:144-162 OPEN ACCESS PDF Rushton, A.W.A., & Stone, P. (2011) Two notable fossil finds in East Falkland: a 'starfish' and a large trilobite. Falkland Islands Journal, 9(5):5-13 OPEN ACCESS PDF Crônier, C., Bignon, A., & François, A. (2011) Morphological and ontogenetic criteria for defining a trilobite species: the example of Siluro-Devonian Phacopidae. Comptes Rendus Palevol, 10(2):143-153 OPEN ACCESS PDF Van Viersen, A.P., Daumeries, G., & Lebrun, P. (2011) The trilobites of the Middle Devonian of the "Customs Wall", Vireux-Molhain (Ardennes). Fossiles: Revue Française de paléontologie, 8:5-15 OPEN ACCESS PDF Fortey, R.A., Heward, A.P., & Miller, G.C. (2011) Sedimentary facies and trilobite and conodont faunas of the Ordovician Rann Formation, Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates. GeoArabia, Journal of the Middle East Petroleum Geosciences, GeoArabia, 16(4):127-152 OPEN ACCESS PDF Park, T.Y., & Choi, D.K. (2011) Trilobite faunal successions across the base of the Furongian Series in the Taebaek Group, Taebaeksan Basin, Korea. Geobios, 44(5):481-498 OPEN ACCESS PDF Rustán, J.J., Balseiro, D., Waisfeld, B., Foglia, R.D., & Vaccari, N.E. 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(2011) New trilobite specimens from the Ordovician of the Ebbe Anticline (Rhenish Massif, Germany). Geologie und Paläontologie in Westfalen, 80:5-30 OPEN ACCESS PDF Basse, M., & Müller, P. (2011) Psychopyge from the upper Emsian of the Lahn-Mulde region. Jahrbücher des Nassauischen Vereins für Naturkunde, 132:41-59 OPEN ACCESS PDF Fatka, O., & Szabad, M. (2011) Burrowing trilobite caught in the act. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 85(4):465-470 OPEN ACCESS PDF Ghobadi Pour, M. (2011) Name change for the Cambrian trilobite Turkestanella Repina, 1975. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 85:471-472 OPEN ACCESS PDF Ghobadi Pour, M. (2011) Erratum to: Name change for the Cambrian trilobite Turkestanella Repina, 1975. Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 85:473 OPEN ACCESS PDF Lerosey-Aubril, R., Kier, C., Bonino, E., & Hegna, T. (2011) Vorschlag zum Fossil des Jahres 2011: Reading the entrails of trilobites: A unique insight into the palaeobiology of early arthropods. Zitteliana B, 29:110A OPEN ACCESS PDF Brauckmann, C., & Gröning, E. (2011) A well-preserved specimen of the trilobite Macroblepharum africanum from the Wissenbach Shale (Devonian: Emsian-Eifelian transitional beds), Upper Harz Mountains (Lower Saxony, Germany). Hallesches Jahrbuch für Geowissenschaften, 32/33:159-164 OPEN ACCESS PDF Singh, B.P. (2011) Paleobiogeography, paleoecology and paleoenvironmental significance of the Cambrian trilobites from the Zanskar Region (Zanskar-Spiti-Kinnaur Basin), Northwest Himalaya. Journal of the Geological Society of India, 77:219-226 OPEN ACCESS PDF Singh, B.P. (2011) Latest Middle Cambrian trilobites from the Teta Member of the Karsha Formation (Haimanta Group) Zanskar region of northwest Himalaya, India. Memoirs of the Geological Society of India, 78:14-28 OPEN ACCESS PDF Webster, M. (2011) The structure of cranidial shape variation in three early ptychoparioid trilobite species from the Dyeran–Delamaran (traditional “lower–middle” Cambrian) boundary interval of Nevada, USA. Journal of Paleontology, 85(2):179-225 OPEN ACCESS PDF Lee, S.B., & Choi, D.K. (2011) Dikelocephalid trilobites from the Eosaukia fauna (upper Furongian) of the Taebaek Group, Korea. Journal of Paleontology, 85(2):279-297 OPEN ACCESS PDF Waisfeld, B.G., Vaccari, N.E., Edgecombe, G.D., & Chatterton, B.D.E. (2011) The Upper Ordovician trinucleid trilobite Bancroftolithus from the Precordillera of Argentina. Journal of Paleontology, 85(6):1160-1180 OPEN ACCESS PDF Robison, R.A., & Babcock, L.E. (2011) Systematics, paleobiology, and taphonomy of some exceptionally preserved trilobites from Cambrian Lagerstätten of Utah. University of Kansas Paleontological Contributions, (5):1-47 OPEN ACCESS PDF Balseiro, D., Waisfeld, B.G., & Buatois, L.A. (2011) Unusual trilobite biofacies from the Lower Ordovician of the Argentine Cordillera Oriental: new insights into olenid palaeoecology. Lethaia, 44(1):58-75 OPEN ACCESS PDF Lerosey-Aubril, R., Hegna, T. A., & Olive, S. (2011) Inferring internal anatomy from the trilobite exoskeleton: the relationship between frontal auxiliary impressions and the digestive system. Lethaia, 44(2):166-184 OPEN ACCESS PDF Park, T.Y., & Choi, D K. (2011) Constraints on using ontogenetic data for trilobite phylogeny. Lethaia, 44(3):250-254 OPEN ACCESS PDF Foster, J.R. (2011) A short review of the geology and paleontology of the Cambrian sedimentary rocks of the southern Marble Mountains, Mojave Desert, California. Bulletin of the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, 53:38-51 OPEN ACCESS PDF Congreve, C.R., & Lieberman, B.S. (2011) Phylogenetic and biogeographic analysis of sphaerexochine trilobites. PLos ONE, 6(6):e21304 OPEN ACCESS PDF Dolgov, O., & Meidla, T. (2011) Trilobite biostratigraphy in the Middle and Upper Ordovician of western Leningrad Region. Stratigraphy and Geological Correlation, 19(6):618-630 OPEN ACCESS PDF Corbacho, J. (2011) Trilobites from Upper Ordovician of Bou Nemrou (Morocco). Museo Geològico del Seminari de Barcelona, Batalleria, 16:16-36 OPEN ACCESS PDF Corbacho, J., & Vela, J.A. (2011) Revisión de las especies de Lehua de la región de Zagora, Marruecos. Museo Geològico del Seminari de Barcelona, Batalleria, 16:46-49 OPEN ACCESS PDF Gozalo, R., Bernárdez, E., Martorell, J.C., & Liñan, E. (2011) Trilobites del Cámbrico medio del Cueto (Asturias, NE de España). Boletín Geológico y Minero, 122(1):71-82 OPEN ACCESS PDF Gutiérrez-Marco, J.C., Rábano, I., & García-Bellido, D., eds. (2011) Ordovician of the World: 11th International Symposium on the Ordovician System. Cuadernos del Museo Geominero, 14:1-346 OPEN ACCESS PDF Bordonaro, O.L., & Fojo, C.F. (2011) Bathyuriscus mendozanus (Rusconi, 1945), trilobites del Cámbrico medio de la Precordillera Argentina. Revista Española de Paleontología, 26(1):11-23 OPEN ACCESS PDF Corbacho, J., & Kier, C. (2011) Trilobites of a new outcrop of Upper Ordovician in Jbel Tijarfaïouine, El Kaid Errami (Morocco), with first mention of genus Corrugatagnostus. Scripta Musei Geologici Seminarii Barcinonensis, 10:7-22 OPEN ACCESS PDF Gil Cid, M.D., & García Rincón, J.M. (2011) Los Trilobites: Generalidades y proceso de fosilización. Nautilus, 6:3-15 OPEN ACCESS PDF Bignon, A. (2011) Evolution Morphologique et Associative des Trilobites sous contrainte Environnementale (Bord Sud du Synclinorium de Dinant). Ph.D. Thesis, Université de Lille, 269 pp. OPEN ACCESS PDF Hong, P. (2011) Development in Aulacopleura koninckii - Glimpses into the Evolution of Body Organization in an Early Arthropod Clade. M.S. Thesis, University of California Riverside, 137 pp. OPEN ACCESS PDF Popp, A. 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Zootaxa, 2969:1-68 OPEN ACCESS PDF McAdams, N.E.B, & Adrain, J.M. (2011) Revision of the Lower Ordovician (lower Floian; Tulean) pliomerid trilobite Protopliomerella, with new species from the Great Basin, western USA. Zootaxa, 3144:1-113 OPEN ACCESS PDF Adrain, J.M. (2011) Class Trilobita Walch, 1771. In: Zhang, Z.-Q. (ed.) Animal biodiversity: An outline of higher-level classification and survey of taxonomic richness. Zootaxa, 3148:104-109 OPEN ACCESS PDF Jago, J.B., Bentley, C.J., & Cooper, R.A. (2012) A Cambrian series 3 (Guzhangian) fauna with 'Centropleura' from Northern Victoria Land, Antarctica. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 42:15-35 OPEN ACCESS PDF Westrop, S.R., & Landing, E. (2012) Lower Cambrian (Branchian) eodiscoid trilobites from the lower Brigus Formation, Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 42:209-262 OPEN ACCESS PDF Adrain, J.M., McAdams, N.E.B., & Westrop, S.R. (2012) Affinities of the Lower Ordovician (Tulean; lower Floian) trilobite Gladiatoria, with species from the Great Basin, western United States. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 42:321-367 OPEN ACCESS PDF Adrain, J.M., McAdams, N.E.B., Westrop, S.R., & Karim, T. S. (2012) Systematics and affinity of the Lower Ordovician (Tulean; lower Floian) trilobite Psalikilopsis. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 42:369-416 OPEN ACCESS PDF Loch, J.D., & Taylor, J.F. (2012) New symphysurinid trilobites from the Cambrian-Ordovician boundary interval in the western United States. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 42:417-436 OPEN ACCESS PDF Taghon, P., Bonino, E., & Mottequin, B. (2012) A new representative of the lichid genus Ohleum (Trilobita) from the Eifelian (Middle Devonian) of southern Belgium. Geologica Belgica, 15(3):120-125 OPEN ACCESS PDF Conway, T.M., & Botting, J.P. 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    • Steve D.

    I have the same issue with my Conasauga trilo's in mud stone.  Easier for me as large chunks go into a bowl of water and in a couple of hours they turn into decks of playing cards.  Most cards can be separated by clever finger tips but some require the exacto.  Best of Luck.

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      Steve D.

      Thanks!

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  4. Cambrian Fossils in Maryland

    There are a total of 3 Southeastern Geology papers with trilobites: McMenamin, M.A.S., & Weaver, P.G. 2002 Proterozoic-Cambrian paleobiogeography of the Carolina Terrane. Southeastern Geology, 41(2):119-128 PDF LINK McMenamin, M.A.S., & Weaver, P.G. 2004 Middle Cambrian polymeroid trilobites and correlation of the Carolina and Augusta terranes. Southeastern Geology, 43(1):21-38 PDF LINK Schwimmer, D.R., & Montante, W.M. 2012 An Aphelaspis zone (Upper Cambrian, Paibian) trilobite faunule in the central Conasauga River valley, north Georgia, USA. Southeastern Geology, 49(1):31-42 PDF LINK These papers also have info on the South Carolina (Asbill Pond) trilobites: Maher, H.D., Palmer, A.R., Secor, D.T., & Snoke, A.W. 1981 New trilobite locality in the Piedmont of South Carolina, and its regional implications. Geological Society of America Geology, 9(1):34-36 McMenamin, M.A.S. 2002 The Ptychoparioid Trilobite Skehanos gen.nov. from the Middle Cambrian of Avalonian Massachusetts and the Carolina Slate Belt, USA. Northeastern Geology and Environmental Sciences, 24(4):276-281 PDF LINK Samson, S.L. 1984 Middle Cambrian fauna of the Carolina slate belt, central South Carolina. M.Sc. Thesis, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, 54 pp. Samson, S.L., Palmer, A.R., Robison, R.A., & Secor, D.T. 1990 Biogeographical significance of Cambrian trilobites from the Carolina slate belt. Geological Society of America Bulletin, 102:1459-1470 Secor, D.T., Samson, S.L., Snoke, A.W., & Palmer, A.R. 1983 Confirmation of the Carolina slate belt as an exotic terrane. Science, 221:649-651
  5. This summer has been great for me. After learning so much about fossils on the forum I decided to convince my wife to make a few side trips on our way from Ft Myers to Shawano, Wisconsin for our 50th anniversary celebration...she has no interest in fossils, but indulges me, so you can see why our marriage would last 50 years. At anyrate, our first stop was the little Conasauga formation near Dalton, Ga...north of Atlanta. I've been there before, and so decided to simply fill a box with pieces of mudstone to take back for door prizes over the year at my local fossil club meetings. That was fun because I know almost every little chunk will produce some nice trilobite fossil. From there I had convinced my wife to stop at the Jersey Road cut by the Harsha bridge over the Ohio River. That road cut is even larger than the well known one I hunt near St Leon, Indiana. I had stopped there because I had read there were edrioasteroids there, it having been part of the sea floor....oops...The road cut , like many, cuts through lots of differernt layers...and is terraced. From the images I had found on line, I decided to hunt the very top section. The formation I was looking for was the Bellevue Formation, but I have no idea where it was. The site was overwhelming...no, that is a wrong word, awe inspiring is better. I didn't have alot of time, so I looked and carried out a backpack of 70 # or so....of layered sections so I could crack them at home. (And that pattern of operation would serve me the rest of the trip as well. ) I will post a few of my interesting pieces for this site on this note, nothing great, but interesting to me. From there, we drove to New Salem Illinois to avoid the Chicago corrider. On our way from New Salem north, I realized we were close to the site of the famous Mazon Creek nodules. Once again, my lovely wife, agreed to stop, but on our way home. We had rented a house on a lake near where we both grew up, and had our children's families come stay with us for a week of fishing, and visiting. Great time. My children live in Michigan and Maine, and my grandchildren rarely get to see their cousins unless we arrange things like this. So it was gratiying to have them all so thoroughly enjoy each other. We had a great time. After the cottage, we decided to head through the middle of the state for a 4 day visit to my sister near Madison. ( me checking out possible future fossil sites and my son-in-law who is an avid bird watcher, hoping to see the endangered Whooping Crane. I had hoped to be able to fossil hunt near Madison and had asked on the forum for help...being told to look along highway J. There wasn't time. Though we did underetake a trip to Cave of the Mounds near Dodgeville, and lucky me, on the way back to Madison, I noticed a quarry by the side of the road. We stopped and I was able to look for a half hour, picked up three stones from a discard pile for inspection and cracking later, and headed on. Leaving Madison the next day, I was excited to be able to visit the Mazon Creek site...I had been told , nodules are hard to find in summer with all the overgrowth, but wanted to make this bucket list stop anyway. Again, as on the Ohio, the site can be overwhelming. Having asked for a good place at the reception desk, and following the advice I had received from the Forum associates, I headed out. Once again, I wish I had someone along who knew what to look for...I mean, when you are picking up rocks to open later, you don't want to pick up and carry a bunch of things that are rocks, and not nodules. To hedge my bet a bit, I decided to crack a few rocks I thought promishing, they looked somewhat like they had layers. If I found something, I'd be ahead of the game in knowing what type of rock to pick up....Success....I cracked a rock along a seam and there inside is "something"....LOL, I know, I know. Can't tell what it is , but it is something, so I picked up a bag of similarly looking rocks and headed back to car to add yet another collection to my growing car rockpile for searching later. By the way, many of you suggested the best time to hunt is in early spring or fall, and that sometimes the workers plow areas to upturn nodules at the Mazon site. Where I hunted was a washout from rain. And the receptionist said the rangers sometimes burn the vegetation along the edges of the ravines at these wash outs so they don't get so overgrown as to prohibit collecting....I came across one such ravine, and could have stayed all day. Well, I am back home safely, now planning my annual trip to the Apalachicola and Chipola rivers to search for Miocene shells. I am back on my home turf and somewhat know what I am doing here. I believe that is one great advantage for the forum as well....that is, to be able to meet someone in another part of the country who is familiar with an area to hunt, and then hunt together. We often see such trips happen, and I am so proud to be a part of a group that accomplishes such service to one another. Now that i am familiar with the areas, I too , may well arrange a trip with a buddy, when I have more time to explore. The few images attached are from the Jersey cut. I thought the crinoid stem, with little bumps around the outside was interested...and the crinoid stem center with stalk material around it was really interesting to me. While it doesn't show in the photo, under my loop, the material around the core is made up of a pattern like that of a sunflower seed head...intricate, and wonderful to contemplate. The other hashplate has those little triangular cross-sectioned needle like pieces...and I don't know what they are. I am hoping someone lets me know. Thanks. (oh, and one Whooper)
  6. Florissant Fossil Quarry Shale Shipment

    It reminds me of the matrix from the Conasauga Formation in GA where I collect trilobites.
  7. wide range of sites...hooray, hooray on my anniversary trip

    Had time to crack any of the Conasauga bugs open? Would love to see more stuff from my favourite local paleozoic site!
  8. If you beautiful people recall, I said I'd be heading back to our favourite GA trilo site on the Conasauga river for my Convergence media project. Well, here's the run down: When we got to the small parking space that eternally marks the entrance to the site, we checked the river as we always do. To our fortune, the Conasauga was low Saturday, giving us more leg room to hunt. It was definitely the right condition to hunt! Not too hot or cold, and the river was nice and low. After doing some filming shots for the DEC (the school news program), I got to what was REALLY important: finding those trilos! I actually deviated from the norm this trip by going to the other side of the bridge, a place I haven't really explored before. And it was looking promising: It wasn't long before I found a direct formation exposure and got right to splitting the incredibly easy-to-split rock: A short 30 minutes later, I had already gathered a good trip's spoils... One particular multi-slab I found simply lying amongst the rocks caught my eye, with one Aphelaspis positive being practically complete, and even having visible eyes (more images coming later):
  9. Conasauga Formation Trilobite ID

    Today I was picking through some of the matrix that I have from the Conasagua Formation from Murray County, Georgia and came across a trilobite that surprised me by its size and nice detail. Unfortunately, this trilobite is not complete, and from my limited knowledge of trilobites, it does not look like the Aphelaspis brachyphasis trilobites that i find from that location. Lastly, if it is an Aphelaspis, it must be one on steroids. Any help would be appreciated. @Kane , @sixgill pete , @Fossildude19 , @WhodamanHD , @FossilDAWG An Aphelaspis - on the larger size of what I find. Unknown:
  10. The mudstone from the Conasauga Formation in Murray County, Georgia produces a nice quantity and quality of the trilobite "Aphelaspis brachyphasis" (below). But when it comes to the Agnostoid trilobites, I have only found pieces, that is until tonight. I finally found a complete specimen, though the quality is not the greatest, it is complete.
  11. Any Eurypterid sites out there?

    After my last trip to my favourite home-grown trilobite site on the Conasauga in May, two things have happened: 1: Due to a packed June and whacky schedule (since Philmont has, for all intents and purposes, burnt to the ground, cancelling the trip ), I have been on somewhat of a hiatus for the Forum. 2: July also seems to be packed, with Mom getting surgery for cancer soon, and still facing the reality that Dad isn't there. With all this happening, I haven't had much time to go on fossil hunts. Just over a week ago, I had my first college tour at GCSU, as well as a prep and specimen lab behind-the-scenes tour with my newfound friend Ashley Quinn (who I came to know through PAG (she being the president), of which I'm now a member! ). It looked just like it does in the documentaries, so now I'm stoked about going there, almost entirely forgetting I have to get through senior year in high school first. This trip has also, quite unsurprisingly, refueled my hunger to find old petrified dead things. Now looking for something to liven up what has honestly been quite a downer summer, I'd like to take a crack at finding something that I've been thinking on hunting for quite a while now: Eurypterids. The only problem is, aside from Lang's Quarry which for all I care is an entire continent away and might scare anyone taking me with the pay-to-dig stuff, I've had little luck in finding a place that produces the overgrown lobsters. Anyone got tips for a place that might be somewhat closer to home near the peach?
  12. I would gas up for a road trip out to Conasauga (trilos), and pick up a case of cold brewskies. Best $50 ever spent.
  13. Georgia Trilobites

    I did not think that I was going to have time to hunt Georgia Cambrian trilobites – Aphelaspis brachyphasis from the Conasauga Formation, but I did find a couple hours to collect. So this morning I left at 7 AM and drove one and a half hours to Murray County, Georgia to collect at a small exposure on the Consssuga River. It was a cold morning, 31°, even by my Chicago standards for October. The purpose for this visit visit was to gather some matrix for winter work. If you have a chance to visit this site, besides being abundant , many of your finds will have multiple trilobites on the mudstone. Below are a couple pics of the area, as well as some of the trilobites that I found.
  14. Fossil Hunting for School Children

    Tony, Though I don’t live in Georgia, I would suggest the Conasauga Formation in Murray county, but due to it’s location, down a steep hill and along a fast moving river ( at times), coupled with the lack of parking ( max 2 passenger cars if lucky), I would have to an actual visit off of the list for safety and accessibility reasons. With that said, I could supply you with a medium Priority box of matrix that they could work through in groups and also supply some representative fossils. Let me know if interested. Thanks
  15. Floyd County Cambrian: Any clues?

    As you are all probably aware, I have been to the Chatsworth Conasauga exposure multiple times, and have gotten some stellar stuff from the formation. Recently, I have been seeing a lot about another exposure of the Conasauga in Floyd County near Rome somewhere along the Coosa river that produces a different trilo species (Elrathria Antiquata), as well as a species of primitive sponge, Brooksella (which I have yet to get, or any sponge material for that matter). Any tips on Floyd's Conasauga material? Brooksella, my primary interest: Elrathria antiquata, another objective:
  16. Floyd County Cambrian: Any clues?

    Also, on the "sponginess" of "Brooksella," first, I have specimens with marginal oscula that seem to be just openings, but I will double check on that back in the lab. Also, assuming these Cambrian things are just that, an ancient group, it is not parsimonious to assume they had the same morphology as later sponges. I've seen a lot of variability among sponges, and as with most taxa, no single (or even several) morphology is invariant. I was initially curious about the rarity of preserved axons, but the Conasauga nodules are odd and seem to represent a fairly novel sedimentary situation. As I noted, we find these things in all manner of shapes and sedimentary situations. I assume the spicules became part of the silica that became the enclosing material. Still some unknowns.
  17. Floyd County Cambrian: Any clues?

    Hello: I see a number of discussions about the ID of Brooksella, and a figure from one of my papers. I think a fairly simple answer to many of the questions is that "Brooksella" is not a unitary thing. I have seen literal hundreds in the field and examined thousands, and I noted a lot of variability, including many in situ aligned with sedimentary bedding. We have sectioned many of them and observed inclusions and sedimentary bedding parallel to the enclosing strata in many, suggesting they were simply silica cemented sedimentary structures. Some also contain trilobite fragments. I suspect the specimen with a complete trilobite on it was simply some sticky substrate which hardened into the stricture. It would be interesting to know if the trilobite was complete (i.e. dead) or a molt. Many are clearly sponges, given the presence of symmetrical oscula on the lobes. I am not sure the argument that they are hexactiellids is definitive: they could also be siliceous demosponges. I was originally considering Seilacher's argument for trace fossil affinity for some of them, but we have collected "Brooksella" with both negative and positive structures: that is, a 5-pointed mold rather than a cast: I'm not sure how you get that by filing a trace. I have also worked for decades in the Conasauga and never found traces in the shales enclosing the "Brooksellas" other than tubular and branched shapes. One would think a few unhardened lobed traces might be seen if they were feeding structures. One more point: one comment was why scientists can't make up their minds about this. The answer is that science is the process of searching for information, not the data itself. Complicated questions are often open ended, like this discussion. Identifying "Brooksella" definitively has some open ends, so it still counts as science. If we ever establish precisely and definitively what something is, it becomes a fact to use for additional science, but is no longer science. Cheers.
  18. Floyd County Cambrian: Any clues?

    Thanks for adding those links, Doushantuo! I'm going to try to be restrained here. Schwimmer & Montante's work on the Conasauga stuff doesn't fill me with a warm, fuzzy feeling. The last link, to the presentation, is actually pretty informative... but not in the way he might like. Trying to call those little spherical 'sponges' Eiffelia globosa shows a substantial failure of understanding as regards what Eiffelia is actually like, irrespective of interpretations. The one with 'possible surface expression of spicules' can only work if it had completely different spicules (and arrangement) to Eiffelia, for example. You can't recognise Eiffelia globosa purely on the basis of globosity. It just ain't so! Some of the other bits are dodgy too (that "arthropod appendage"... hmm...), but the sponges take the biscuit entirely. The 'spicule' evidence is also really unconvincing. The main problem is that it's very easy to see cross-shaped structures, or even just lines, and say you've found spicules. One of the classics were the ones described by none other than Martin Brasier (et al., 1997, image below) that held the record as the earliest reliable Precambrian sponge remains... before they turned out to be arsenopyrite crystals when re-examined twenty years later. Don't believe that there are spicules just because someone claims it and shows a low-res image... And this, of course, is why Brooksella is still such a delicious controversy, all those years after it was first discovered. It probably is a concretion growing around a trace fossil, but the waters have been so muddied by other claims that nobody's sure of anything any more!
  19. Floyd County Cambrian: Any clues?

    posting something hopefully/potentially useful here(Ciampaglio et al/2006): Richter's(contra Kinkelin's* interpretation) "Pleurodictyum" interpretation(PZ/1925) *Kinkelin(Devonian Orthoceras-shale/Germany): so: a "medusoid(coelenterate)" Gamez et al(Geobios,2006--///CAMBRIAN,Pedroche Fm) Specimens do NOT overlap,suggesting phobotaxis) Not suggesting any taxonomic affinity,BTW trilobites&Brooksella Conasauga spicules:
  20. Floyd County Cambrian: Any clues?

    I posted this info a while back: Evidently Brooksella is not a sponge. RE-EVALUATION OF THE MIDDLE CAMBRIAN SPONGE, BROOKSELLA ALTERNATA, FROM THE CONASAUGA FORMATION, GEORGIA AND ALABAMA, U.S.A Nolan, Morrison, Department of Geology, University of Georgia, 210 Field Street, Athens, GA 30602, WALKER, Sally E., Department of Geology, University of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602 and Sharma, Ajay, Veterinary Biosciences & Diagnostic Imaging, University of Georgia, 501 D.W. Brooks Drive, Athens, GA 30602 Paper No. 162-13 - Monday, 26 September 2016: 9:00 AM-6:30 PM The identity of Brooksella alternata has fascinated paleontologists since Charles Walcott described the alleged fossils along the Conasauga River in Georgia and Alabama. Walcott thought Brooksella was a medusoid jellyfish; later workers suggested a feeding or gas bubble trace, and more recently, a hexactinellid sponge. We re-examined the evidence that Brooksella was a sponge that possessed radial canals, oscula, ostia, and hexactinellid spicules. These features were previously reported as external and internal radial lobes, a central depression, surface pores, and an external meshwork of spicules, respectively. Surface morphologic features of Brooksella (n = 72) were observed and measured (body diameter, lobe length and width, osculum diameter). Internal morphology was examined with computed tomography and XRD analysis was used to determine Brooksella’s composition. Thin sections were microprobed to identify mineral associations and to look for spicules. We also collected in situ Brooksella to determine whether its orientation in the shales was consistent with a living sponge. Results indicate that Brooksella is highly variable in morphology, especially in the number of lobes, ranging from 3 to 15. Some lobes were well defined, others not; none had a canal opening or internal canals as previously reported, suggesting they might not be radial canals. Some specimens have a central protuberance rather than a depression, or lacked a central depression all together, calling into question whether they had oscula. Small surface pits were made by lichen and small rootlets, and were likely not ostia. Hexactinellid spicules or traces were not present on the surface or in thin sections. Brooksella’s composition and internal structure are similar to concretions from the Conasauga: quartz grains with minor amounts of calcite and small, oxidized, root-like holes partly filled with iron oxide and barite crystals. In situ Brooksella were rare and were oriented with their “oscula” and lobes downward, rather than upward if this was a once-living sponge. Furthermore, shale laminations were displaced by the growth of the putative sponge. We therefore think that the sponge designation is insufficiently supported, and we favor a concretional mode of formation for Brooksella. Seilacher's interpretation: Another medusiform fossil, Brooksella cambria from Alabama, illustrates how diagenetic overprints (Pl. 7.4) can irritate. It is actually a complex burrow (i.e., trace fossil) in which a central shaft was surrounded by U-shaped probes as indicated by seleniform backfill lamellae (seen only in rare specimens). The probes became protrusively displaced, probably by a worm-like sediment feeder. Without such details, these fossils could be mistaken for sand corals, because the burrows induced the sediment around (in this case mud rather than sand) to harden in a concretionary manner. Remember, growth follows the pneu principle, whether in a jellyfish, a sand coral, or a diagenetic concretion. Seilacher, A., & Gishlick, A.D. 2015 Morphodynamics. CRC Press, 514 pp. In the Cambrian burrows of the lower row (Brooksella, Dactyloidites), also described originally as medusae, the central shaft comes from above. Thus they resemble Teichichnus stellatus (Pl. 41), except that their radial spreite structures are protrusive rather than retrusive. In Brooksella, a secondary concretionary overprint added to the bulky medusoid appearance. Such burrows should not be confounded with radial pseudofossils, which shall be discussed in Pls. 58 and 62. Seilacher, A. 2007 Trace Fossil Analysis. Springer Publishing, 240 pp.
  21. Check the entries below carefully and cast your vote! PM me if you notice any errors with the entries. The poll ends May 7th. Be sure to vote in our other FOTM poll, HERE. 1. Barrandagnostus inexpectans Trilobite plate with Aphelaspis brachyphasis fragments - Cambrian, Conasauga Formation - Chatsworth, Georgia, USA 2. Fusinus Gastropod - Middle Oxfordian, Late Jurassic - Varena town, South Lithuania 3. Lichidae Trilobite Hypostome - Early Devonian - Varena town, South Lithiuania 4. Cypraeoidea Cowrie Shell - Middle Miocene, Fyansford formation - Fossil Beach, Mornington, Victoria, Australia 5. Petrified Wood of Coniferous Tree - Early Cretaceous, Patuxent Formation, Potomac Group - Washington DC, USA 6. Megalograptus Eutypterid Sea Scorpion - Late Ordavician, Pontgravé River Formation - St-Mathias, Quebec, Canada 7. Euproops Xiphosuran - Asturian (Westphalian D), Late Carboniferous - Piesberg quarry, near Osnabrück, Germany 8. Reptaria stolonifera Embedded on a Cephalopod - Devonian, Cedar Valley Formation, Coralville, Iowa, USA 9. Indeterminate Goniatite - Middle Devonian, Hamilton Group - Deep Springs Road, Lebanon, NY, USA
  22. As you all are (hopefully) aware at this point, there are countless scores of fossiliferous formations all across the world, each with its own name. What formation's name do you like the most? I'd have to go with my home town Conasauga Formation. It has a really nice ring to it (and of course, there's some home-town bias in there ).
  23. Adam's Cambrian

    Well, I posted this in the id section and no one could say for sure one way or another. A chlorophyte / green algae? They do occur looking much like this in the Conasauga Fm. but not necessarily at this location. I don't know, but I'm staying sort of on the fence. The longest string of attached cells is 2 mm .
  24. Collecting on the way to Sanibel Island, Florida

    WOW! ! ! You did have a productive trip even without the Conasauga stuff. I love the 'heteromorph' turitella like gastropods , and the shells bored by Natica ? and the brachiopods, of course. Oh and the Escharopora ! You take wonderful photos and lay the specimens out so nicely they look even better. The little cowries are so sweet!
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