I traded some material with a friend on the Fossil Forum and just received an immensely generous package filled with new trilobites that will be added to the gallery.
Pseudoasaphinus gosilicyensis - sitting atop a Proterocameroceras mishinagorense. From the Gosilitsy Quarry in Russia.
Modocia brevispina - Middle Cambrian, Wheeler shale, Utah
An Asaphus latus for me to prep! From Russia.
An Olenellus gilberti from the Cambrian. Pioche, Nevada.
Assemblage of Ptychagnostus richmondensis from the Wheeler shale in Utah. Mid Cambrian.
A Piochaspis sellata from the Chisholm shale of Pioche, Nevada (Cambrian).
The tiny Bolaspidella housensis from the Wheeler shale of Utah (Cambrian)
A fabulous pair of Itagnostus interstrictus from Utah's Wheeler shale (Cambrian)
The very last on my list, alphabetically, Zacanthoides sp. (?typicalis). Cambrian, Pioche, Nevada.
A complete surprise (apart from all the surprise new specimens above!), a genuine Spinosaurus tooth!
I ordered these cool membrane frames for cheap online, and that will help fill this:
Deb's birthday present to me, a lovely glass display cabinet to host all my lovely trilobites!
So, wow, what a great haul today!