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So I've been reading some bulletins recently looking for a new place to hit when I came across this interesting section in bulletin 54 (https://epd.georgia.gov/document/publication/b-54-geology-and-mineral-resources-paleozoic-area-northwest-georgia-1948/download): I've heard of the Archeocyathus from the Georgia fossils website and that they're Georgia's oldest fossils coming in at ~516 MYO. What I didn't hear about, however, was this: Trilobites? More importantly, Wanneria??? For reference, here's the bug in question: It's safe to say that I've never heard of the whole trilobite part about these rocks. Anyone with additional info about this?
Hi there. I was hoping to pick some smart brains. I found this fossil rock today in North Georgia. Near Cartersville, in Bartow County. There seems to be fossils on both the front and back side of the rock. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks for taking a look.