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Found 17 results

  1. Acastoides zguilmensis

    From the album Trilobites

    Acastoides zguilmensis
  2. Ductina vietnamica

    From the album Trilobites

  3. Geesops schlotheimi

    From the album Trilobites

    Collected about 50 years ago from the classic "trilobite fields." Gerolstein, Eifel mountains in Germany, Ahrdorf Formation, Flesten Member. I'm told this site is no longer available for collecting.
  4. Wenndorfia planus

    From the album Trilobites

    L. Devonian - Jbel Boulschral, Tafilalt, Morocco
  5. Pliomera fischeri

    From the album Trilobites

    Ordovician - Kinnekulle, Sweden
  6. drotops megalomanicus?

    Just curios as to what species this is I looked at phacops but non seem to have such defined bumps for a better word also the eyes don't match up at least not to the ones I have looked at. Again questioning this id because what is exposed so far is rather small 0.86" by 0.80" and the size of the matrix block is 2.51" by 2.34" Also I am prepping this currently so not fully exposed yet don't know if that will hinder the possibility of confirming an id. Thanks Matt
  7. Kainops sp.

    From the album Trilobites

    Gift - Oklahoma (Haragan Fm)
  8. Eldredgeops rana

    From the album Trilobites

    Eldredgeops rana Collected in October, 2018. Penn Dixie (Hamburg, NY). Self-prepared using OMAX trinocular scope, ARO scribe, Paasche air eraser using dolomite at variable pressures. Preparation time: ~1 hour.
  9. Leviceraurus mammiloides

    From the album Trilobites

    Leviceraurus mammiloides Upper Ordovician Lindsay Formation Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada Self-collected on May 27, 2018, prepared by K. Brett. These are somewhat rare in the Lindsay Fm, where it is more common to find Ceraurus sp.
  10. ENROLLED TRILOBITE

    Quite a large specimen even for this quite big species. The length given is of the animal along the centre of its back, not the diameter.
  11. Coltraneia oufatenensis

    Entry includes detail of eye lenses. One of the defining characteristics of this particular species, apart from the impressive eyes, is the convex nature of the anterior portion of the glabella.
  12. Metacanthina issamourensis

    From the album Trilobites

  13. coltraneia.jpg

    From the album Trilobites

    Coltraneia oufatenensis (Morzadec 2001) Devonian Purchased Crisp eye lenses and large palpebral area. Slight repair along diagonal discovery crack. Just overall awesome.
  14. Coronocephalus gaoluoensis

    From the album Trilobites

  15. Hollardops mesocristata

    From the album Trilobites

  16. Mrakibina cattoi

    From the album Trilobites

  17. Phacopid

    Doing a little diagnostic work to better determine this phacopid species. In recent trips to one of my collecting sites, which typically is composed of imported Bois Blanc Fm fill (and just recently evidence of some Amherstberg Fm mixed in), I have had to reassess some of the specimens I've been pulling from there - and that includes several examples of what I wrote off as simply Eldredgeops rana. Consulting both Stumm (1954) and Ludvigsen (1979), E. rana is not reported in either of those formations. I've also paid particular attention to the comparative table in Whitely, Kloc and Brett's Trilobites of New York. I'm including here my most "clean" specimen for closer analysis. First up is a comparison of the eye between a typical E. rana and the phacopid from my nearby pit. And now a closeup of the glabellar pustules. First up is E. rana, and the second is the unspecified one from the pit. Of note here is the regularity of the pustules on the E. rana while the specimen below are somewhat irregular in size and distribution.
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