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I've been racking my brain trying to identify these trilobite pygidium. Its my understanding that these all came from a quarry in the Bardstown KY, USA area. Its also my understanding that the site has New Albany Shale and Beechwood Limestone which are members of the Sellersburg Limestone Formation and is Devonian in age. These don't look like anything that I know of that has been found in the area/age of rock. To me they look more like Griffithides Bufo , but that trilobite is found in Mississippian age rock. Any input would be welcome! Far Left: Middle: Far Right:
I found this fossil a couple of years ago while collecting in the Bardstown,. KY area with TFF member Herb. The bedrock was Devonian, I believe Sellersburg Limestone, Beechwood Member. The specimen is just under an inch and a half long. It appears to be some type of crinoid-arms/stem pieces. I am in the process of organizing my specimens and having this properly labeled would great. Any help with the ID would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.