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Here are two Edrioasteroids from the Verulam Fm. (Ordovician) near Brechin, Ontario, Canada.  The first one might be Isorophusella? (specimen is 1 cm in diameter).

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The second one may not have enough present for ID:

 

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@crinus

 

 

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I reckon that you are right on both counts.:D

The first one is a super specimen.

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Just now, Tidgy's Dad said:

I reckon that you are right on both counts.:D

The first one is a super specimen.

Thanks, Adam:)

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1 hour ago, FossilDAWG said:

I agree with your IDs.

 

Don

 

1 hour ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

Hmmm. 

The not so well preserved one may be Belochthus ? 

See http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/101147-ontario-edrioasteroid-identification-help/

 

 

23 minutes ago, Herb said:

very nice!

Thank you all.

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You are correct on the Iso.  Even though the second is poor it does look like a Belochthus.

Joe

 

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10 minutes ago, crinus said:

You are correct on the Iso.  Even though the second is poor it does look like a Belochthus.

Joe

 

Thanks very much, Joe.

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