Other Cincinnati Trilobite Fragments

The Anatomy of Ceraurus milleranus


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Ceraurus milleranus
Ceraurinus icarus
Amphilichas shideleri  

Ceraurus milleranus

Ceraurus milleranus showing the cephalon and thorax. This specimen is enrolled. 
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Underside of the enrolled Ceraurus milleranus above. The pygidium and pygidial spines are disarticulated. Exposed is the hypostoma (mouth plate) shown under the glabella

 

Ceraurus milleranus glabella resting on a Rafinesquina brachiopod

 

Ceraurus milleranus hypostoma (mouth plate).

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Ceraurinus icarus

Ceraurinus icarus glabella.

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Amphilichas shideleri

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Amphilichas shideleri glabella.

 

Amphilichas shideleri hypostoma (mouth plate).

 

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Fragments of other Cincinnati Trilobites
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Flexicalymene
Cryptolithus
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