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Eau Claire Formation / Cambrian.

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fossilized6s

nice hash plate. Can you get better pictures, so we can really appreciate it?

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piranha
Komaspidella thea
 
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figures from:
 
Raasch, G.O., & Lochman, C. (1943)
Revision of three early Upper Cambrian trilobite genera.
Journal of Paleontology, 17(3):221-235
 
 
 

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smt126

Looks like a great find. Would love to see a more clear version too.

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ynot

Three foe a better picture of this nice looking rock.

Tony

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fossilfinder100
Komaspidella thea
figures from:
Raasch, G.O., & Lochman, C. (1943)
Revision of three early Upper Cambrian trilobite genera.
Journal of Paleontology, 17(3):221-235

Thanks for the image attached. I enjoy the ability to post something on here (even if the pic is not quality) and get information as well as species ID for the fossil/fossils posted. Thank you.

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fossilfinder100

nice hash plate. Can you get better pictures, so we can really appreciate it?

I will post asap when I get a new phone or camera. I apologize for the quality, this is one of my favorite pieces, I had to post it as is because I was getting really curious after a year to see if someone could ID the trilobites.

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piranha
On 7/24/2016 at 0:58 PM, fossilfinder100 said:

Thanks for the image attached. I enjoy the ability to post something on here (even if the pic is not quality) and get information as well as species ID for the fossil/fossils posted. Thank you.

 

 

Glad to assist with the ID!

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1AZ

Nice find!

finding is always fun

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Raggedy Man

These plates would be fairly common if access were not restricted within the quarries. Because of this, your find is spectacular due to how long ago you found it. I've seen many plates like this, but they were collected some 20 years ago. Thanks for sharing it! I look forward to seeing the new image when you post it.

Best regards,

Paul

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