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'Reedops' deckeri was reclassified as: Lochkovella deckeri

 

Sandford, A.C 2004

A Revision of Lochkovella Chlupáč, 1972 (Arthropoda: Trilobita) and a Species from Lilydale and Tyers. Phacopidae of Victoria, Part 5.

Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, New Series, 116(2):207-220  PDF LINK

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Georgemckenzie
12 minutes ago, piranha said:

'Reedops' deckeri was reclassified as: Lochkovella deckeri

 

Sandford, A.C 2004

A Revision of Lochkovella Chlupáč, 1972 (Arthropoda: Trilobita) and a Species from Lilydale and Tyers. Phacopidae of Victoria, Part 5.

Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, New Series, 116(2):207-220  PDF LINK

Thanks mate!!

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In terms of prep, it would likely require air abrasion as opposed to dental tools. 

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As Kane mentioned air abrasion would probably the best. You can probably get some of those larger matrix pieces off using scrapers and dental picks but abrasion would the quickest and most complete method.

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Timid little bugs. Something must have frightened them. They appear to be all rolled up. :)

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