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This was found in SW Ontario along the coast of Lake Huron. It looks trilobite-like, but I’m new to the area and am unaware of fossils in area. 
 

I would appreciate any assistance in identifying this.

 

Thank you!

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Yep, looks like a trilobite pygidium (tail). Not much of it is left but if anyone can identify it, @Kane can.

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It may be too weathered for me to identify with confidence. Perhaps it may be a match with Eldredgeops rana given the location of the material. Along the Lake Huron coast (Ontario's west coast, as those in Bluewater like to say) is an abundant amount of mid-Devonian material that is churned up, which then gets a bit older as one proceeds north past Kincardine. 

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