Huntoniatonia lingulifer Oklahoma Trilobite

"Oklahoma Trilobites Prepared By Bob Carroll"

Huntoniatonia (Huntonia) huntonensis

Trilobites Order Phacopida, Suborder Phacopina, Superfamily Dalmanitoidea, Family Dalmanitidae

Geological Time: Lower Devonian

Size: (25.4 mm = 1 inch): Trilobite is 43 mm long by 22 mm wide (with tail spine) on a 60 mm by 80 mm matrix

Fossil Site: Haragan Formation, Coal County, Clarita, Oklahoma

Code: BCM160

Price: Sold

Huntoniatonia lingulifer Oklahoma TrilobiteDescription: Huntoniatonia lingulifer is a Dalmanatid trilobite (Order: Phacopida; Suborder Phacopina; Superfamily: Dalmanitoidea; Family: Dalmanitidae) coming from the Lower Devonian strata of Coal County, Oklahoma. It is primarily distinguished from two other species of the genus from Oklahoma by the markedly longer pygidial spine. It is quite rare, comprising some 10% of the frequency of themore common Huntonia huntonesis.This trilobite was prepared by Bob Carroll, a world-renowned preparator of Oklahoma Devonian trilobites. Others may use less care, resulting in a less desirable specimen. This was one of two example of the species available at the Tucson show this year.

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