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Originally described by Perry and Chatterton (1977), this Canadian species is presumed to be dimorphic. This assumption is based on consistent co-occurrence of both putative forms in the same beds; both forms occurring with equal frequency.


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© Congreve, Curtis

Source: Trilobites Online Database

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