An unusual Lower Cambrian trilobite fauna from Nevada

@inproceedings{Palmer1964AnUL,
  title={An unusual Lower Cambrian trilobite fauna from Nevada},
  author={A. R. Palmer},
  year={1964}
}
  • A. R. Palmer
  • Published 1964
  • Geology
  • A fauna of at least 12 species of trilobites, from lower Cambrian rocks in Esmeralda County, Nev., constitutes the largest single assemblage of trilobites yet described from Lower Cambrian beds in North America. Well-preserved specimens of the Olenellidae, Oryctocephalidae, Ogygopsidae, Dorypygidae, Zacanthoididae, and Ptychopariidae are present. New taxa include Paedeumias granulatm n. sp.; GoWfieldia pacifica n. gen., n. sp.; Bonn/Id caperata n. sp.; Zacanthopsig contractus n. sp… CONTINUE READING

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