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I want to show some trylobtes from Poland

Phacops is from Kowala quarry in Holly Cross Mountains Famennian

Phillibole aparathensis richteri (Osmólska1968 ) From Intra-Sudetic Depression.
To finde that visean one i spend abaut 2 weeks in my lokality. Usually trylobites were incomplete ony 2 were complate. In majority case from cephalon only cranidium left. This has even eyes in details. Fortunately it is close to mu house that why i was digging so long.

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trylobit 15.jpg wysłać.jpg

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Hello anonimus,
welcome to the forum. Your trilobites are very interesting, I don´t know so much about polish trilobites and localities. Thank you for showing these nice bugs, hope that you will find some more and show these here !
greetings,
Micha :]
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More photos of Phillibole aparathensis richteri (Osmólska1968 ) from Intra-Sudetic Depression. Incomplete one with a calamite and something like a trace?
Does any one know is there a papier abaut visean trylobit trace fossil? There was no polish reserch at this time. It would by nice to compare this with other lokalites.

Michael I m not suprised they are rare but sometimes somebody finde something realy good. Most of them usually is laying in public institucions. They ara of course in private hands but who has keep it. That is why.

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very intresting, I heard about trilos in Poland, but I´ve never been there.
Thanks for showing us the pictures.
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More photos of Phillibole aparathensis richteri (Osmólska1968 ) from Intra-Sudetic Depression. Incomplete one with a calamite and something like a trace?
Does any one know is there a papier abaut visean trylobit trace fossil? There was no polish reserch at this time. It would by nice to compare this with other lokalites.

Michael I m not suprised they are rare but sometimes somebody finde something realy good. Most of them usually is laying in public institucions. They ara of course in private hands but who has keep it. That is why.


Dear Anonimus,

I´m happy to see now the 2nd trilobite collector from Poland in our forum. Welcome. You showed us very interesting and rare trilobites. The devonian Phacops looks very promising with his good shell preservation. I heard from the Kowala quarry, but I have´nt seen any trilobites from there. This quarry is known for the mass occurence of blind phacopid trilobites (Trimerocephalus). You showed us a other phacopid with good developed eyes, probably a litte bit older than the trilobites from the Trimerocephalus-Bed. I gues Givetian? Probably complete trilobites are rare, but their good preservation is a good point for more intensive collections. Be carfully when you collect, look especially for cross sections as we showed in this forum under the topic preparation and Schnittbilder (means cross sections)...

The visean trilobites are wonderfull, especially the first one. I have´nt seen such a good carboniferous trilobite like your specimen. Congratulations, I think the 2 weeks work are acceptable for such an unigue find.
You ask about a reference about carboniferous trilobite trace fossils. I don´t a a reference and I did´nt ask Google about this, but I´m sure that this fossil is not a trace fossil. But I can´t give a better guess, it look really uncommon. Is the shale fine enough to allow soft tissue preservation, in this case I suggest the idea of a "worm"-fossil or may be a plant remain... But surly no trilobite walking trace like Cruciana, such trace looks comletly different.

All the best and let us participate on more of your findings.

The Holy Cross Mountains are also interesting for their Upper Ordovician trilobites ;-)

greetings,

Jens
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I was in Kowala only once with somebody who know where is what. I have also that blinde Trimerocephalus. I may say that this was good day. I do not know the age each part of that quarry. I know that mass occurance of Trimerocephalus is a history this part is closed for visitors becouse of security reason.

Holy Cross Mountains ih known not only Upper Ordovician trilobites i think you
read: PALAEONTOLOGIA POLONICA No. 11, 1959 Z. KIELAN Upper Ordovician trilobites from Poland and some related forms from Bohemia and Scandinavia. But all of trylobites are rare if you finde one(or just a part)on day that is a good tay.

This prezerwacion is as it was there was nothing done specialy. I do not want to do eany demage.

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