The “headless” trilobite:
An I. gigas that was found in the Clays Ferry Fm. in Anderson Co. Kentucky. When I found it, it was posterior-dorsal up. Wow, I was excited! Oh well…
Neat-none the less.
Tags: arthropod, bluegrass, dp, Fossil, kentucky, ordovician, trilobite
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