Dicranerus sp. Black Cat Mountain Trilobites

BLACK CAT MOUNTAIN TRILOBITES

Tucson Samples and New Location Map
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We have decided to let you look at some of the specimens we will have available for sale in Tucson. We have prepared dozens of specimens for your consideration, many are record trilobites, and all are from the Haragan Formation of Black Cat Mountain Oklahoma. If you have any questions, or would like to reserve one of the specimens shown, call our office before January 21st 2022.

We will be at the
2022 Tucson Fossil Show
January 29th - February 12th 2022
NEW LOCATION!
The Mineral Fossil Market Place

Space B-11
1333 North Oracle Road, Tucson, AZ
Hope to see you there.


Mineral Fossil Market Place Map
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Map of our NEW show location at the Mineral Fossil Market Place, Click on the map for a larger view

Five Inch Huntonia with initial preperation.  Ready for Tucson 2007
Photo - Bob Carroll
We wanted to give you a real early glimpse of what is to come. These specimens will be available at the next Tucson Show.

The specimen with the ruler is a 5.5" Huntonia huntonensis, That's right, 5 1/2 inches, which may be the largest and one of the nicest Huntonia from our quarry. We will let you follow the prep on this one in the near future. The second one shown may be even larger. and these two specimens are part of one block!

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Five Inch Huntonia with initial preperation.  Ready for Tucson 2007
Photo - Bob Carroll
Here are the specimens assembled and nearly completed. Two record Huntonia huntonensis waiting for a collector to claim.

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This seems to be the year for spectacular doubles, here is a double Reedops just begining prep.
Photo - Bob Carroll
This seems to be the year for spectacular doubles, here is a double Reedops just begining prep.

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Here you see the double is ready for final detail prep with the air abrasive unit.
Photo - Bob Carroll
Here you see the double is ready for final detail prep with the air abrasive unit.

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Another spectacular Huntonia, this one a single, and just a hair over 5.5 inches.
Photo - Bob Carroll
Another spectacular Huntonia, this one a single, and just a hair over 5.5 inches, and in the first steps of preparation.

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Another great Huntonia, this one a single, and 3.25 inches long.
Photo - Bob Carroll
Another great Huntonia, with an associated cephlopod. The Huntonia is 3.25 inches long, and preparation has just begun.

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Another great Huntonia, this one a single, and 3.25 inches long.
Photo - Bob Carroll
Our Final group of Huntonia, all less then three and one half inches. The group consists of H. huntonensis and H. lingulfer

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Dicranurus hamatus begins prep
Photo - Bob Carroll
Our first Dicranurus hamatus and nearly 3 inches. This one has the potential to be a class specimen.

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