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trilobite




Age: Cambrian

Age Sub Category: Middle Cambrian

Common Name: Trilobite

Genus: Conocoryphe

Species: sulzeri

Catalogue Letters: CT

Catalogue Number: 10.1

Country of Origin: Czech Rep.

Description: A magnificent block with three large, complete, beautifully preserved specimens in exceptionally strong relief, plus four other almost complete, similarly preserved specimens. An outstanding paleoecological assemblage. All seven are preserved as internal moulds. Another partial specimen is preserved as an external mould. A complete hypostome is also present on the block and several smaller partial dorsal exoskeletons. A large but incomplete Paradoxides internal mould is present with the cranium showing excellent detail and most of the thorax attached. The seven major Conocoryphe all show the axial and glabellar furrows well plus the eye ridges and facial sutures. From Jince, Bohemia.

Size: Block approx. 160 mm x 200 mm.77mm by 51mm, 63 mm by 40mm, 52mm by 31mm, 50mm by 29mm, 38mm by 37mm, 52mm by 32mm, 33mm by 34mm on block


  Price:
£ 20.00    

 Stratigraphic Column


modern
pleistocene
pliocene
miocene
oligocene
eocene
cretaceous
jurassic
triassic
permian
carboniferous
devonian
silurian
ordovician
cambrian
vendian

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