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Negative (shadows make it look positive) Witryides rosmerta Order Proetida, Family Proetidae, Subfamily Ditmopyginae Carboniferous, Tounasian Stage (~350 million years ago) Size (25.4 mm = 1 inch): Trilobite is 25 mm long by 15 mm wide on a 120 mm by 50 mm by 55 mm high (part) and 100 mm by 45 mm by 50 mm high (counterpart) matrix Antoing, Belgium Description: This is an example of the rare Caboniferous proetid trilobite Witryides rosmerta.

Negative (shadows make it look positive) Witryides rosmerta Order Proetida, Family Proetidae, Subfamily Ditmopyginae Carboniferous, Tounasian Stage (~350 million years ago) Size (25.4 mm = 1 inch): Trilobite is 25 mm long by 15 mm wide on a 120 mm by 50 mm by 55 mm high (part) and 100 mm by 45 mm by 50 mm high (counterpart) matrix Antoing, Belgium Description: This is an example of the rare Caboniferous proetid trilobite Witryides rosmerta.

Walliserops trifurcatus  Trilobites Order Phacopida, Family Acastidae   Geological Time: Middle Devonian  Size: Walliserops trilobite is 85 mm long (curve measure) by 30 mm wide (including spines)  Fossil Site: Foum Ziguid, Morocco

Walliserops trifurcatus Trilobites Order Phacopida, Family Acastidae Geological Time: Middle Devonian Size: Walliserops trilobite is 85 mm long (curve measure) by 30 mm wide (including spines) Fossil Site: Foum Ziguid, Morocco

Ordovician phacopid trilobite Foulinia, is readily recognised by its bulbous glabella and bicorne like cephalon.

Foulonia sp Trilobites Order Phacopida, Family Cheiruridae Geological Time: Lower Ordovician Size: Trilobite is 70 mm long Fossil Site: Fezouata Formation, Zagora, Morocco

Boedaspis ensifer. Lower Ordovician (Lower Darrivilian Stage) Putilovo Quarry, St. Petersburg Region, Russia

Breathtaking Boedaspis Trilobite With Prep Sequence

Here are the final photos of that breathtaking Boedaspis trilobite I have was teasing people with preparation photos of. Arguably the most impressive trilobite, Boedaspis is extremely rare and comes.

Stunning Matacanthina Devonian trilobite from Morocco. With the advent of a reliable source of electricity Moroccan preparators have graduated from using a nail to fine micro-abrasive techniques long available to their US counterparts. Exquisitely-prepared trilobites like this one are the end result. Check out my website for other examples and more to come in the near future.

Trilobite fossil- all I can see is a resporator mask.

Russian Trilobite Hoplolichas plautini

FOSSILS Russian Trilobite Hoplolichas Plautini Geological Time: Ordovician, Size: 60 on 115 by 55 matrix Asery level, St.

<<>^^<>> Fossil Bee <<>^^<>> <>about 35 million years ago<>

Fossil Bee, about 35 million years ago / Colorado Florissant Fossil Beds / lived in Oligocere

"Welcome home to one of the rarest trilobites in the world. Thanks to a gift by Robert Hazen, this fossil of a new Apianurus species is now a part of the Museum's collection. This beautiful fossil was discovered by paleontologist Jake Skabelund in 2011 at the Walcott-Rust Quarry in New York." --Deep Time at the Smithsonian Facebook Page:

A new Apiarnurus species is represented by this specimen. It is one of the rarest trilobites ever discovered. Found in the Walcott-Rust Quarry, New York ,it is now in the Smithsonian.

A unique rock formation in the Atlas Mountains of Morroco contains thousands of specimens of perfectly preserved trilobites.      After the rocks are collected highly skilled  artisans use dental drills to cut away the matrix leaving these astonishing fossils.

Kolihapeltis rabatensis Trilobites Order Corynexochida, Family Styginidae Geological Time: Middle Devonian Size mm = 1 inch): Trilobite is 75 mm long (curve measure), 48 mm across (with spines). Matrix: 70 mm by 80 mm Fossil Site: Aatchana, Morocco

This is a rare Cenoceras nautilus from Belmont, France. It is 5 inches in diameter and is free-standing on a sculpted block of matrix.

5 Inch Polished Cenoceras Nautilus - France

fossilera: “This is a rare Cenoceras nautilus from Belmont, France. It is 5 inches in diameter and is free-standing on a sculpted block of matrix. For sale at:.

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