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Found this fossil couple years ago. Just want to learn more about it!

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fossilus

Not a trilobite, conulariid?

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1 minute ago, fossilus said:

Not a trilobite, conulariid?

It had the raised middle like trilobites

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I agree with conularid.

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FossilDAWG

Definitely a conularid.  Where does this come from?

 

Don

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fossilus

I don't know, conularid to me is pretty cool.

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1 minute ago, FossilDAWG said:

Definitely a conularid.  Where does this come from?

 

Don

I found it in South Eastern Indiana.

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1 minute ago, fossilus said:

I don't know, conularid to me is pretty cool.

I don’t know anything about them actually 

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Jeffrey P

Conularids are rarer than trilobites. Excellent find! Congratulations.

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1 minute ago, Jeffrey P said:

Conularids are rarer than trilobites. Excellent find! Congratulations.

Thank you!!!

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