Period: Lower Cambrian (514 Ma)
Origin: Near Kunming, Yunnan, China
Size: 5*3 cm
A rare Redlichia noetlingi.
First, the sizes very big for R. noetlingi.
Second, the most important of this one is that it keeps its antenna.
Not so much trilobites can keep their antenna and become fossil.
Redlichia is a genus of redlichiid trilobite in the family Redlichiidae, with large to very large species (up to 35 centimetres or 14 inches long). Fossils of various species are found in Lower Cambrian (Toyonian)-aged marine strata from China, Korea, Pakistan, the Himalayas, Iran, Spain, southern Siberia, and Antarctica, and from Middle Cambrian (Ordian)-aged marine strata of Australia.
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- Nombre científico
- Periodo geológico
- Lower Cambrian (514 Ma)
- En buen estado