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druzil
Thank you everyone ..I will defiantly look next time I'm down by the river !
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druzil
Found a while back in Port Hope down by river bed .

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WestcoastRock
Hi its a Trilobite but can't tell you the species.

Regards

Alan
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druzil
would something like this have any worth ?
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WestcoastRock
There are some very knowledgeable people here that will be able to tell you but im just a novice so I really cant help any further sorry.

Regards

Alan
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druzil
Okay , thank you West , appreciate it .

If anyone else has any knowledge on  what type of trilobite this may be  or its orth  could someone please let me know ? Thank- you
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Posh Beaver

It is a complete trilobite so it is worth a bit. I know Canada has very good Devonian rock formations (presuming it is a Canadian bug) so it would be worth knowing the Rock formation it comes from as they were heading towards extinction by the Devonian era. Hope that helps a bit.
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druzil
 it is more likely to be Flexicalymene croneisi and would be from the Cobourg aka Lindsay formation
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druzil
opps meant to say ...i was told this bit of information today 
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Posh Beaver

It is a very well preserved trilobite plus it is complete thus it will likely be the animal itself and not just a discarded moult. It will be worth looking out for more complete examples and if your lucky you might find a rolled up example as this species had the ability to do that in defence.
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WestcoastRock
Good luck in your search druzil and happy hunting.

Regards

Alan
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WestcoastRock
Happy birthday and happy hunting.
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