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Chancia palliserae (Mansuy 1912)

Chancia palliserae (Mansuy 1912)
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A Sample of a Burgess shale Trilobite.

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.

Location:

Yoho National Park, Canadian Rockies, südliches British Columbia, Canada
Size:about 11 mm long
Age:Middle Cambrian Stephen Fm. (about 505 Mill. Jahre)

Product no.: 1892
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