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Darktooth

That's a nice plate,looking forward to seeing more!:popcorn:

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Tidgy's Dad

Really nice trilobite! 

I look forward to seeing this thread develop. :)

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Jaimin013

Very nice thanks for sharing pics!

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SailingAlongToo

Great photography and bugs! :trilo:

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Ludwigia

That's a nice taste of more to come. I guess we'll be seeing more here in a week's time, eh? Thanks!

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Paciphacops

:popcorn::trilo::popcorn:

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RJB

 Thats a really cool slab of rock.  and me too, looking forward to seeing more. 

 

RB

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UtahFossilHunter

Very nice! I’m excited for next weeks addition.:dinothumb:

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PaleoNoel

Great fossils and great photos! Greetings from your fellow granite stater. I understand the struggle.

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Wrangellian

Nice one. Is that a crinoid stem at the top? Collapsed in on itself?

I hope you add each week's new bug to this topic so I won't miss any of them.

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rew

That is a bit of crinoid stem.  I don't think it's folded over, I believe that's just how that stem looks.  And there's a tiny brachiopod next to one of the bugs.

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ynot

Nice piece!

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Archie

Beautiful specimens! Love the Kope Formation plate :wub:

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Malcolmt

Ah.... something to look forward to each week....

 

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ynot

:thumbsu:

:popcorn:

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Tidgy's Dad
On 1/20/2019 at 12:28 AM, rew said:

Trilobite #2.  Much of modern paleontology started in the United Kingdom, but I have only a few U.K. bugs.  Here's one.  Ogyginus cordensis, a Middle Ordovician asaphid from Wales:

That's a beauty, excellent specimen! :wub:

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ynot

:thumbsu::trilowalk::D

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UtahFossilHunter

:dinothumb:Very nice so far! Bonus trilobites in trilobites of the week are the bomb:drool:

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