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Ton's of information, THX.

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Dai, T., Zhang, X., & Peng, S. (2014)

Morphology and ontogeny of Hunanocephalus ovalis (trilobite) from the Cambrian of South China.

Gondwana Research, 25(3):991-998

 

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Jago, J.B., Bentley, C.J., Lin, T. & Corbett, K.D. (2014)

A middle Cambrian shallow water trilobite fauna from the Comstock Formation, near Queenstown, western Tasmania.

Australian Journal of Earth Sciences, 61(7):959-966

 

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Lei, Q. P., & Liu, Q. (2014)

Late ontogeny of the trilobite Tsinania shanxiensis (Zhang and Wang, 1985) from the Cambrian (Furongian) of Anhui, China and its systematic implications.

Palaeoworld, 23(3):229-239

 

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Jakobsen, K.G., Nielsen, A.T., Harper, D.A., & Brock, G.A. (2014)

Trilobites from the Middle Ordovician Stairway Sandstone, Amadeus Basin, central Australia.

Alcheringa, 38(1):70-96

 

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Laurie, J.R. (2014)

Middle Cambrian (Series 3) arthropods (Trilobita, Agnostida) from CRA Exploration Scarr 1 drillhole, central Georgina Basin, Northern Territory. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 45):297-303

 

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Weidner, T., & Ebbestad, J.O.R. (2014)

The early middle Cambrian agnostid 'Pentagnostus praecurrens' (Westergard 1936) from Sweden.

Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists, 45:403-419

 

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Bignon, A., & Crônier, C. (2014)

The systematics and phylogeny of the Devonian subfamily Asteropyginae (Trilobita: Phacopida).

Journal of Systematic Palaeontology, 12(6):637-668

 

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Habets, F. (2014)
Don de la collection de trilobites François Habets.

Le Bulletin du MPE. Musée de paléontologie et de l’évolution, pp. 1-3

 

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Lin, T. (2014)
Application of Cluster Analysis to the Taxonomy of Palaeolenid Trilobites, China - A New Approach to the Biozonay Classification of the Upper Part of Tsanglangpu Formation of the Qiandongian Series in China.
Acta Palaeontologica Sinica, 53(1):108-120

 

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Zhou Z., Luo H., Yin G., Hu S., & Zhan D. (2014)
Stratigraphical occurrences of Ordovician trilobites in northeastern Yunnan.
Acta Palaeontologica Sinica, 53(4):420-442

 

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Bauert, H., Hints, O., Meidla, T., & Männik, P. (2014)
4th Annual Meeting of IGCP 591, The Early to Middle Paleozoic Revolution.

Tallinn University of Technology and Geological Survey of Estonia, 201 pp.

 

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4th International Palaeontological Congress IPC4 (2014)

The history of life: A view from the Southern Hemisphere.
September 28 – October 3, Mendoza, Argentina. 934 pp.

 

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Budd, G.E. (2014)
Animal evolution: Trilobites on speed.

Current Biology, 23(19):878-880

 

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Vokáč, V., Hartl, F., & Pavlovič, M. (2014)
Trilobite assemblage Encrinuraspis-Eophacops (Kopanina Formation, Gorstian, Silurian) from a temporary excavation in the village Zmrzlík near Zadní Kopanina (Prague Basin, Czech Republic).
Erica, Plzeň, 21:171-185

 

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Giblová, S., & Doláková, N. (2014)
Study of the Trilobites from the locality Horní Benešov.
Proceedings of the International Symposium CEMC. pp.42-43

 

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Gendry, D.,& Courville, P. (2014)
Le genre Neseuretus Hicks 1873 dans le massif armoricain: Les espèces et leur intérêt stratigraphique. 
Bulletin de la Société géologique et minéralogique de Bretagne, Série D, 12(1):68-83

 

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Bignon, A., Corbacho, J., & López-Soriano, F.J. (2014)

A revision of the first Asteropyginae (Trilobita; Devonian).

Geobios, 47(5):281-289

 

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Mángano, M.G., Buatois, L.A., Astini, R., & Rindsberg, A.K. (2014)

Trilobites in early Cambrian tidal flats and the landward expansion of the Cambrian explosion.

Geology, 42(2):143-146

 

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Magrean, B., & Taghon, P. (2014)
Trilobiten aus dem Mitteldevon der Ardennen. Teil 4: Phacopiden. 
Fossilien, 2014(5):24-29

 

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Hauschke, N., Kretschmer, S., Schimpf, L., & Gossel, W. (2014)
3D Digitalization and Visualization of Sardinian Cambrian trilobites from the Bornemann Collection (Geological and Palaeontological Collections of MLU Halle-Wittenberg).

Museum für Naturkunde Berlin,  Abstracts of Presentation, pp.33-34

 

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Park, T.Y., Kihm, J.H., Kang, I., & Choi, D.K. (2014)

Ontogeny of a new species of the Cambrian Series 3 (middle Cambrian) trilobite genus Liostracina Monke, 1903 from North China and the taxonomic position of the superfamily Trinucleoidea.

Journal of Paleontology, 88(2):395-402

 

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Moss, D.K., & Westrop, S.R. (2014)

Systematics of some Late Ordovician encrinurine trilobites from Laurentian North America.

Journal of Paleontology, 88(6):1095-1119

 

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Hong, P.S., Hughes, N.C., & Sheets, H.D. (2014)

Size, shape, and systematics of the Silurian trilobite Aulacopleura koninckii.

Journal of Paleontology, 88(6):1120-1138

 

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Yuan, J.L., Esteve, J., & Ng, T.W. (2014)

Articulation, interlocking devices and enrolment in Monkaspis daulis (Walcott, 1905) from the Guzhangian, middle Cambrian of North China. Lethaia, 47(3):405-417

 

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Crônier, C., & François, A. (2014)

Distribution patterns of Upper Devonian phacopid trilobites: Paleobiogeographical and paleoenvironmental significance.

Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 404:12-23

 

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Pereira, S.< Sá, A.A., Silva, C.M., & Vaz, N. (2014)
Panderia beaumonti (Rouault, 1847) of the Cabeço do Peão Formation of Middle Berounian (Upper Ordovician, Portugal).
Comunicações Geológicas 101:537-541 

 

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Pereira, S., Pires, M., Silva, C.M., & Sá, A.A. (2014)
Trilobites of the Ribeira da Laje Formation from Berounian of Mação (Upper Ordovician, Portugal).
IV Congresso Jovens Investigatores em Geociências, pp. 97-100

 

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Naimark, E.B. (2014)
Revision of Eurudagnostus Lermontova (Agnostida, ?Trilobita). 
Paleontological Journal, 48(2):166-176

 

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Krylov А.V., & Shirokov R.P. (2014)
About the trilobites from blocks and boulders of Ordovician rocks of North-West Russia.
Herzen Department of Geology and Geoecology, Evolutionary Geography, 12:181-187

 

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Poskotinov, A.Ye. (2014)
New Finds of Trilobites in the Beysky Area.
Paleontologiya, Stratigrafiya i Regional'naya geologiya, pp.77-78

 

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Babcock, L.E., Baranoski, M.T., & Cook, A.E. (2014)

Cambrian (Guzhangian Stage) trilobites from Ohio, USA, and modification of the Cedaria Zone as used in Laurentia.

GFF, 136(1):6-15

 

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Manda, Š., & Frýda, J. (2014)

Evolution of the late Ludlow to early Lochkovian brachiopod, trilobite and bivalve communities of the Prague Basin and their link with the global carbon cycle.

GFF, 136(1):179-184

 

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Nielsen, A. T., Weidner, T., Terfelt, F., & Høyberget, M. (2014)

Upper Cambrian (Furongian) biostratigraphy in Scandinavia revisited: definition of superzones.

GFF, 136(1):193-197

 

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Peng, J., Zhao, Y., Yuan, J., Sun, H., Yang, X., & Yang, Y. (2014)

The trilobite Bathynotus from Cambrian Series 2 of China and its implications for global correlation.

GFF, 136(1):203-207

 

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Peng, S., Babcock, L.E., Zhu, X., Zuo, J., & Dai, T. (2014)

A potential GSSP for the base of the uppermost Cambrian stage, coinciding with the first appearance of Lotagnostus americanus at Wa'ergang, Hunan, China.

GFF, 136(1):208-213

 

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Khaldi, A.Y. (2014)
Les Trilobites du niveau à faune benthique variée (FBV) dans la Saoura-Ougarta, Systématique & Paléoécologie.
M.S. Thesis, Université d’Oran, Es- Sénia, Algeria. 108 pp.

 

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Lamsdell, J.C. (2014)
Selectivity in the evolution of Palaeozoic arthropod groups, with focus on mass extinctions and radiations: a phylogenetic approach. 
Ph.D. Thesis, University of Kansas, 779 pp.

 

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Yan Q., Peng, J., Zhao, Y., Wen, R., & Sun, H. (2014)
Restudy of Sedimentary and Biostratigraphy of the Qiandongian (Cambrian) Balang Formation at Jianhe, Guizhou, China - Example for Jiaobang Section of the Balang Formation.

Geological Review 60(4):893-902

 

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xonenine

thanks Scott :)

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It's always a great day when a bunch of new trilobite papers come out, and even better when a wonderful tribute to Harry Whittington is included.

 

Hot off the presses - Enjoy! research.gif :1-SlapHands_zpsbb015b76: 

 

Frey, L., Naglik, C., Hofmann, R., Schemm-Gregory, M., Frýda, J., Kröger, B., Taylor, P.D., Wilson, M.A., & Klug, C. (2014)

Diversity and palaeoecology of Early Devonian invertebrate associations in the Tafilalt (Anti-Atlas,Morocco).

Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 89(1):75-112

 

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Bruton, D.L. (2014)

Harry Blackmore Whittington.

Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 89(2):203-206

 

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Shiino, Y., Kuwazuru, O., Suzuki, Y., Ono, S., & Masuda, C. (2014)

Pelagic or benthic? Mode of life of the remopleuridid trilobite Hypodicranotus striatulus.

Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 89(2):207-218

 

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Hughes N.C., Kříž. J., Macquaker J.H.S., & Huff W.D. (2014)

The depositional environment and taphonomy of the Homerian “Aulacopleura shales” fossil assemblage near Loděnice, Czech Republic (Prague Basin, Perunican microcontinent).

Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 89(2):219-238

 

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Aceñolaza, G.F., Albani, R., Bernárdez, E., García-Bellido D.C., Gutiérrez-Marco, J.C., Rábano, I. & Sá, A.A. (2014)

First Furongian (late Cambrian) trilobites from the Cantabrian Zone (north-western Spain).

Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 89(2):239-244

 

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Lerosey-Aubril, R., Hegna, T.A., Babcock, L.E., Bonino, E., & Kier, C. (2014)

Arthropod appendages from the Weeks Formation Konservat-Lagerstätte: new occurrences of anomalocaridids in the Cambrian of Utah, USA.

Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 89(2):269-282

 

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Esteve, J., & Zamora, S. (2014)

Enrolled agnostids from Cambrian of Spain provide new insights about the mode of life in these forms.

Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 89(2):283-290

 

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Michelle Casey and famed trilobitologist Bruce Lieberman have written a virtual lab for college undergraduates about macroevolution using trilobites as a model.

 

Casey, M.M., & Lieberman, B.S. (2014)

Introduction to the Trilobites: Morphology, Macroevolution and More.

University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, 22 pp.

 

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The Hypodicranotus paper looks interesting

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Hughes N.C., Kříž. J., Macquaker J.H.S., & Huff W.D. (2014)

The depositional environment and taphonomy of the Homerian “Aulacopleura shales” fossil assemblage near Loděnice, Czech Republic (Prague Basin, Perunican microcontinent).

Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 89(2):219-238

 

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thanks Scott :)

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Budil, P., Fatka, O. Rak, Š., & Hörbinger, F. (2014)

Unusual occurrence of dalmanitid trilobites in the Lochkovian of the Prague Basin (Czech Republic).

Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 89(2):325-334

 

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Wonderful efforts Scott! A big thank you!

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Here is a poster presentation that utilizes trilobites from Cambrian core samples:

 

Babcock, L. E., & Baranoski, M. T. (2014)
Revised Chronostratigraphy of the Cambrian System in Subsurface Ohio.
School of Earth Sciences, The Ohio State University

 

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Babcock, L. E., Baranoski, M. T., & Cook, A. E. (2014)

Cambrian (Guzhangian Stage) trilobites from Ohio, USA, and modification of the Cedaria Zone as used in Laurentia.

GFF, 136:6-15

 

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Today we get another excellent paper from Jorge Esteve:

 

Esteve, J. (2014)

Intraspecific variability in paradoxidid trilobites from the Purujosa trilobite assemblage (middle Cambrian, northeast Spain).

Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 59(1):215-240

 

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Today we get another excellent paper from Jorge Esteve:

Esteve, J. (2014)

Intraspecific variability in paradoxidid trilobites from the Purujosa trilobite assemblage (middle Cambrian, northeast Spain).

Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 59(1):215-240

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very interesting paper. I saw Sam Gohn mentioned it on FB, lots of variability in this species. Very interesting....

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Here is another excellent trilobite paper from the Czech Geological Survey:

 

Laibl, L., Fatka, O., Crônier, C. & Budil, P. (2014)

Early ontogeny of the Cambrian trilobite Sao hirsuta from the Skryje-Týřovice Basin, Barrandian area, Czech Republic.

Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 89(2):293-309

 

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This paper was just published online:

 

Bignon, A., & Crônier, C. (2014)

Trilobite faunal dynamics on the Devonian continental shelves of the Ardenne Massif and Boulonnais (France, Belgium).

Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 60(4):949-962

 

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With these two recent papers the Czech Geological Survey has released a dozen open-access trilobite papers in the last few weeks! :1-SlapHands_zpsbb015b76:

 

The trilobite in the illaenid paper definitely deserves its name Caudillaenus; check out that tail-section... Enjoy! :P

 

Bushuev, E., Goryaeva, I. & Pereladov, V. (2014)

New discoveries of the oldest trilobites Profallotaspis and Nevadella in the northeastern Siberian Platform, Russia.

Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 89(2):347-364

 

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Rábano, I., Gutiérrez-Marco, J.C., & García-Bellido D.C. (2014)

A remarkable illaenid trilobite from the Middle Ordovician of Morocco.

Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 89(2):365-374

 

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This recent trilobite paper has a mysterious fellow credited in the acknowledgements.

A real whodunit! th_detective.gif

 

Corbacho, J. (2014)

Struveaspis bignoni: Nueva especie de Phacopidae (Trilobita) de Marruecos; Devónico medio (Eifeliense).

Scripta Musei Geologici Seminarii Barcinonensis, 16:3-12

 

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Two outstanding new trilobite papers from the Czech Geological Survey have been published online.

The paper by Geyer et al. has some unusual dorypygids including a new species: Olenoides sagittatus.

 

Enjoy! :fistbump:

 

Pegel, T.V. (2014)

Biofacies and age of Cambrian trilobite associations of the Diringde reef complex (northern Siberian Platform, Russia).

Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 89(2):335-345

 

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Geyer, G., Peel, J.S., Streng, M., Voigt, S., Fischer, J. & Preuße, M. (2014)

A remarkable Amgan (Middle Cambrian, Stage 5) fauna from the Sauk Tanga, Madygen region, Kyrgyzstan.

Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 89(2):375-400

 

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Here's another new paper from the Czech Geological Survey.

The tally is now 15 trilobite papers in this new volume! :popcorn:

 

Mergl, M. (2014)

Odontopleurid trilobites of the Katian / Hirnantian boundary interval in the Prague Basin (Bohemia).

Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 89(2):401-412

 

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Here's the most recent paper from the Czech Geological Survey:

 

Fatka, O., & Szabad, M. (2014)

Cambrian biostratigraphy in the Příbram-Jince Basin (Barrandian area, Czech Republic).

Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 89(2):413-429

 

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Happy Monday with a new trilobite paper!

 

Halpern, K., Rustán, J.J., & Meroi Arcerito, F.R. (2014)

The first Hirnantian (uppermost Ordovician) odontopleurid trilobite from western Gondwana (Argentina).

Revista Brasileira de Paleontologia, 17(1):3-10

 

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Another new trilobite paper from the Czech Geological Survey:

 

 

 

Pärnaste, H., & Bergström , J. (2014)
Lower to Middle Ordovician trilobite faunas along the Ural border of Baltica.
Czech Geological Survey, Bulletin of Geosciences, 89(2):431–450
 

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If you have a Devil-Horned Cyphaspis from Morocco, you can finally attach a species to the label as this eagerly anticipated paper has just been published:

 

 

Van Viersen, A.P., & Prescher, H. (2014)
"Devil horned” Cyphaspis (Trilobita, Otarioninae): examples from the Middle Devonian of the Ardennes (Belgium), Eifel (Germany) and Ma’der (Morocco).

Geologica Belgica, 17(3-4):268-275
 

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Enjoy! devil.gif

 

 

 

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Two excellent papers showcasing spectacular trilobite morphology are published today by Joan Corbacho.
Lanceaspis has a spear-shaped cephalic projection equally matched by the pygidial apparatus of Kierarges.
 
Enjoy!
 
Corbacho, J. (2014)
Lanceaspis hammondi n. gen., n. sp. – a questionable early Asteropyginae (Trilobita) from the Pragian of the Morocco.
Museo Geològico del Seminari de Barcelona, Batalleria, 20:3-10
 
 
 
Corbacho, J. (2014)
Kierarges morrisoni: Un nuevo género de Isotelinae (Trilobita) del Floiense de Portugal y Marruecos.
Museo Geològico del Seminari de Barcelona, Batalleria, 20:21-26
 
 
 
 

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Worthy of note re the second paper:

"Kierarges morrisoni gen., sp. nov.
Lámina I, figuras 1-9
Nombre – Especie dedicada a Scott Morrison, de la Universidad de Oregón (USA) por la ayuda prestada para la realización de mis artículos y por
la donación de especímenes para su estudio a diferentes instituciones paleontológicas."

Translation: "Name - Species dedicated to Scott Morrison, of the University of Oregon (USA) for his assistance in the completion of my articles and
donation of specimens for study to different paleontological institutions. "

Congratulations Scott (AKA piranha)!

Don

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Congrats, Scott. :fistbump:

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