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  1. jort68

    Prep job needed

    Hey everyone, I found this ventral trilobite in Marjum Pass, Utah over the summer. I wondered whether somebody could prep it out for me. I'm a student working part time so my budget is limited, but I'd love to talk about what it might cost for somebody on the forum to do this job. Here are some pics:
  2. I just received this "phyllocarid" valve from the Marjum Formation (Middle Cambrian) of Utah. It was sold as Canadaspis perfecta. It measures about 1" long and 3/4" tall. Although I don't have a compass, the angles between the hinge line and both the anterior and posterior margins of the valve look to be less than 100 degrees. Several papers I've read state that these angles are usually closer 120 in Canadaspis. Any thoughts on what this might be?
  3. First of all, apologies for the image quality. I know flash can be pretty horrid but it's all I can do at the moment. Side-views will be found in the following posts! I collected this (probably molted) trilo at Marjum pass in Utah a few weeks ago. The depth of the axial lobe and how the pleurae seem to flare up led me to believe that this specimen is on its back. I only have a pin vise at my disposal and I don't want to ruin a good specimen with the incorrect equipment, but I wondered if anyone has heard of pin-vising Marjum shale. Would you use air abrasi
  4. Fossil-Hound

    Marjum Formation Dig

    Went out on a dig near Utah for Modocia typicalis with Gene Boardman one of the site managers at U-Dig. Gene is a really nice guy. He gifted the first trilobite of the day to me (I asked if he was sure and he said he had a few more). We split a lot of rock. A lot of work for a few beautiful bugs. Each image is captioned. Some are out of order. This is the great Gene Boardman. What I admire the most besides his genuine personality and big grin, is that he's a tenacious fossil digger. He kept reminding me to check every rock and to keep splitting it down as far as it would go. Here h
  5. Fossil-Hound

    Modocia typicalis

    Gene recovered this M. typicalis in excellent condition and gifted it to me while out in the field.
  6. Fossil-Hound

    Modocia typicalis

    Gene gifted this Modocia to me. Although it's not complete it's a fine specimen with some excellent details. I did gift him a box of fossils from Ohio and Maryland so I'll count this as a trade. These trilobites are relatively rare to find intact and complete. Gene claims one is found every 8-10 hours in the Marjum. The Marjum is brittle and unforgiving. Care must be taken to preserve these specimens in the field.
  7. Fossil-Hound

    Modocia typicalis

    From the album: Utah

    Modocia typicalis from the Marjum formation. Gifted from Gene Boardman.
  8. Fossil-Hound

    Modocia typicalis

    From the album: Utah

    Modocia typicalis from the Marjum formation. Gifted from Gene Boardman.
  9. Fossil-Hound

    Modocia typicalis

    From the album: Utah

    Modocia typicalis from the Marjum formation. Gifted from Gene Boardman.
  10. Fossil-Hound

    Modocia typicalis

    From the album: Utah

    Modocia typicalis from the Marjum formation. Gifted from Gene Boardman.
  11. Measurement is for the straightened-out individual (middle portions of which are missing)
  12. Does anyone know where I can get, either pdf or paper, copies of Robinson's detailed descriptions of the Marjum and/or Wheeler formations (House Range, Utah)? Thanks
  13. Hello, I have read conflicting reports/labels on this and I am still unsure. Are the red beds (fine red shale) about a half mile due south of U-Dig quarry, in Wheeler Amphitheater, Wheeler or Marjum formation? The exposure is quite thick, but lacks the 10 to 15 foot thick limestone layer that occurs about 2/3's up in the typical Wheeler formation. I have been told the Marjum also has a "red bed", do you think that just refers to the red rock up by the old Hemirhodon quarry (and all along the Marjum pass cliffs)? thanks, Trilobite Tim
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