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Peter Thompson wrote at 2013-04-29 12:00:21
This is certainly a trilobite fragment, a portion of the head shield or cephalon.  I don't know Ordovician trilobites well enough to tell you the genus, but it is similar to fragments I've found at North Hero.


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Fraser Hamilton


I have over 15 years of professional experience in the environmental geology field. I am well versed in general geology types of questions and answers. In addition I have a keen understanding of physical stratigraphy (especially in the Valley and Ridge of Central PA) and cycles.


Eight years of education, fifteen years of professional experience. Have worked or studied in ME, PA, TX, KY, IN, TN, OH, WA and Scotland.

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