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Scylla

Hi everyone!

Yesterday I was at the NY, NJ Gem, Mineral and Fossil Show at the NYPS table. I did manage to spend way too much on minerals and fossils, but two of my trophies came without ID info. I will post separately to avoid confusion. This first one was on sale for $20 but I got a deal on it because the label was missing and I was buying a couple of other things. @piranha This dealer had material from around the world and just couldn't remember locality or ID info, any ideas?

 

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Fossildude19

Gus this looks like Ellipsocephalus sp. possibly E. hoffi.

Likely from the Czech Republic.

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Scylla

One of the other trilobites I bought at that booth was Otarion diffractum from Kosov, Czech Republic. Another was Ogygiocarella debuchi from Wales.

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