Piltonia kuehnei antoingensis Hahn, 1964
- Photographer: Dov Scher : Field Museum of Natural History
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Description: Water strider Telmatrechus parallelus Early Eocene (50 million years ago) Fossil Lake, Wyoming Geology Specimen # PE52491 Individual Green River fossil specimens.Catalog Number: PE 52491Taxonomic Name: Piltonia kuehnei antoingensis Hahn, 1964FM Catalog: Fossil InvertebratesObject Kind: Hand SpecimenLot count: 1Phylum: ArthropodaClass: TrilobitaOrder: ProetidaPeriod: MississippianEarliest Epoch: Early MississippianEarliest Age: TournaisianCoordinates Available?: NoCountry: BelgiumTownship: AntoingCollector: W. G. KuhneEMu IRN: 2213762Occurrence ID: 0c5b78aa-7067-4051-b61a-52c0dd4b7ca1
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