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Chancia palliserae (Mansuy 1912)

Chancia palliserae (Mansuy 1912)
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Chancia palliserae (Mansuy 1912)

Products description

Nice negative of this rare Trillbite from the Burgess shale.

The famous Burgess shale and its unique and famous fossil beds was discovered in the year 1909 by Charles Doolittle Walcott. Since 1981 is this fossil lagerstaette a UNESCO World Heritage Site because its localisation in the Yoho National Park and of course also its high significance for the understanding of the early life on our planet.


Yoho National Park, Canadian Rockies, südliches British Columbia, Canada
Size:about 19 mm long
Age:Middle Cambrian Stephen Fm. (about 505 Mill. Jahre)

Product no.: 1888
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