Rare ELDREDGEOPS with spotted “CAMOFLADGE” pattern


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Here is quite a rarity. This is a “spotted”  ELDREDGEOPS rana from New York that displays some spots on the exoskeleton that have been interpreted as “camouflage” patterns.
Most Eldredgeops from New York are preserved as a black and ones from Northern Ohio are brown color. Rare to see this.

This specimen is 1.2 cm wide and is enrolled with the pygidium visible. It is a great example of this trilobite.

Middle Devonian
Hamilton Group
Erie County, New York.