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Well, i thought I'd show my primitive prepping skills. This is all rather unnecessary as Tony @ynothas already done this thread here and probably better and the pieces shown were kindly donated to me as well. So treat this as a repeat of what Tony does better. Hey ho. So these are the three pieces that Kind Tony sent me. 1. Notice this Elrathia kingii (1.2 cm long) has a break on the anterior margin (cause of death?) .and an upside down Itagnostus interstrictus (5.5 mm) above it and a piece of another to the right of it. 2. This Elrathia (1.8 cm long) has anot
While small, I'm still excited about finally picking up my first trilobites! Elrathia kingi and Peronopsis interstricta, both from the Wheeler Formation. The free cheeks on the baby kingi are very well preserved, hence why I choose him over some of the larger but more poorly preserved ones. On a side note, I just read on Wikipedia that Peronopsis interstricta was reclassified as Itagnostus interstrictus. Are they correct? I can't seem to find a reference to this anywhere respectable.