Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Trilobites at Louisville Science Center

There is a small round window in the natural science area of the Louisville Science Center that contains 3 trilobite fossils. The following pictures are not the greatest because they were taken in odd lighting and through display glass. No labels are on the fossils.

The first two are of the same Silurian Dalmanites specimen. I took one in shadow and the other from the overhead lighting. I am guessing the segment is about 10 cm long.

Here is unknown trilobite fragment.

This looks like an enrolled Devonian Phacops rana trilobite found in the Louisville Kentucky area.

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