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Naraoia compacta. © SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION - NATIONAL MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY. PHOTO: JEAN-BERNARD CARON.

Naraoia compacta. © SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION - NATIONAL MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY. PHOTO: JEAN-BERNARD CARON.

Burgess Shale Oryctocephalus burgessensis Trilobite

Ehmaniella burgessensis  Trilobites Order Ptychopariida Suborder Ptychopariina, Superfamily Ptychopariacea, Family Alokistocaridae Geologic Age: Early Middle Cambrian Trilobite is 21 mm long Stephen Formation, Burgess Shale, Burgess Pass, British Columbia, Canada Comment: The genus Ehmaniella also comes from the Montana in the United Sates.

Ehmaniella burgessensis Trilobites Order Ptychopariida Suborder Ptychopariina, Superfamily Ptychopariacea, Family Alokistocaridae Geologic Age: Early Middle Cambrian Trilobite is 21 mm long Stephen Formation, Burgess Shale, Burgess Pass, British Columbia, Canada Comment: The genus Ehmaniella also comes from the Montana in the United Sates.

Burgess Shale Canadaspis perfecta Canadaspis perfecta Phylum Arthropoda, Order Canadaspididae Geological Time: Early Cambrian (~520 million years ago) Size: 16 mm long X 10 mm wide Fossil Site: Burgess Shale, Stephen Formation, Burgess Pass, British Columbia, Canada

Burgess Shale Canadaspis perfecta Canadaspis perfecta Phylum Arthropoda, Order Canadaspididae Geological Time: Early Cambrian (~520 million years ago) Size: 16 mm long X 10 mm wide Fossil Site: Burgess Shale, Stephen Formation, Burgess Pass, British Columbia, Canada

Russian Trilobite Pseudoasaphinus gostilicyensis

Russian Trilobite Pseudoasaphinus gostilicyensis

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