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Trilobites ID?


ianchung   14-04-2012 at 03:10

ianchung
Junior Member
Registered: 14-04-2012
Messages: 2

Dear All,
I have just started to collect trilobites got a couple of trilobites but not sure of its IDs. Hopefully an experts ard in the forum can advise me on their ID.

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Thanks.

Cheers!
Ian

 
Duys   17-04-2012 at 13:27

Duys
Senior Member
Registered: 15-05-2008
Messages: 2817

Ian,
The pictures are very dark and unclear, maybe if you have a location from origin, but i am not to knowlegeable on Trilobites.
Duys

 
Frederik   23-04-2012 at 13:34

Frederik
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Registered: 28-09-2003
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Indeed, the quality of the pictures is not sufficient to spot finer details.
Since I think (but correct me if I'm wrong) that all these specimens represent the same genus of even species, and come from the same locality, we could do with just a couple of clear and sharp pictures of a good specimen.

Chances are big that your trilobite is to be situated within the order Phacopida (of that I'm sure), and either superfamily Dalmanitoidea or Acastoidea.

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