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Trilobite: Eccaparadoxides cf. E. eteminicus (Matthew)

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Double colour image of brown rock with three fossilized bumps and close-up
Trilobite: Eccaparadoxides cf. E. eteminicus (Matthew) Cambrian Hanford Brook, New Brunswick Collector: E. Landing and S. Westrop, c. 1997 New Brunswick Museum (NBMG 11032) Trilobite length 2.75 cm Trilobites were part of an ‘Explosion of Life’ in the Middle Cambrian Period. During this time most of the major groups of animals that now exist first appeared.