Paradoxides lamellatus Hartt, 1868
- (c) Field Museum of Natural History
Description: Mr. William D. Turnbull (Bill), Preparator in Geology, is shown preparing a skeleton of Eryops, a Permian Reptile found in Texas Geology specimen UCr48. He is in the Assistant Paleo Lab and there is a John Conrad Hansen sketch painting of Andalgalornis ferox [bird] in the background, see GEO79954Catalog Number: UC 48Taxonomic Name: Paradoxides lamellatus Hartt, 1868FM Catalog: Fossil InvertebratesObject Kind: CastLot count: 1Phylum: ArthropodaClass: TrilobitaOrder: RedlichiidaFamily: ParadoxididaePeriod: CambrianCoordinates Available?: NoCountry: CanadaState/Province/Territory: New BrunswickTownship: St. JohnEMu IRN: 2239276Occurrence ID: 0dd8ca3b-b06f-4a40-ad68-ba39d13d6326
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