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magicalmrmerlin

I will post some photos here. These are not my best trilobites and I am limited for space, so I will probably have to let these go at some point. One reason I haven't got around to researching them yet. Still it would be good to have definitive ID. I have my own ideas but would be good to see what you guys think.

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magicalmrmerlin

This one is just over 3cm in length.

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Johannes

Both are from Zagora?

 

The first one is an Asaphellus  in ventral position.

 

The second should be an Euloma, but not good enough (? for me) to give her a species name.

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DevonianDigger

+1 for Asaphellus on the first one, don't know the second one.

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Fossildude19

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caldigger

This is how I like to see these Moroccan trilos to look.  Not all artificially colored black.  They are so much nicer in their natural state.

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magicalmrmerlin

Sorry for the late reply. Yes I believe these are from Zagora area.

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Jackson g
On 4/28/2019 at 7:43 AM, magicalmrmerlin said:

This one is just over 3cm in length.

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Possibly Euloma filacovi?

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