Viralpics

August30, 1909 The Burgess Shales Were Discovered by Charles Walcott. Consisting of Dark Mudstone, the Deposits Contain Diverse Soft Body Fossils, Dating From The Cambrian Era 509,000,000 Years Ago. The Picture is of a Marella Splendens, Peculiar to the Burgess Shales

Jan
10

Incredible complete Cambrian Stromatolite “head” found near Roanoke, Virginia. The “Boxley Stromatolite”

Dec
04

Leanchoilia, Cambrian arthropod from Chengjiang, Yunnan, China [2048 x 1370]

Dec
01

Canadia spinosa, Cambrian annelid worm from the Burgess Shale [1800 x 1092]

Dec
01

Marrella splendens, Burgess Shale Cambrian arthropod [1372×1965]

Nov
21

Asaphiscus wheeleri trilobite (Before & After Prep) – U-Dig Quarry – Middle Cambrian [708×500] [OS]

Oct
29

Trilobite – Olenellus nevadensis – Lower Cambrian – Nevada – [OS] [600×800]

Oct
21

Possibly a trilobite from the genus Elrathia, which lived during the middle Cambrian. [900×1200]

Oct
21

Fuxianhuia protensa, Lower Cambrian, Yu’anshan Member, Heilinpu Formation, Yunnan Province, China, [OC], [4320×3240]

Oct
12

Norwoodia bellaspina, Cambrian, Weeks Formation, Utah [OC], [1600×1217]

Oct
12

Cambropallas telesto trilobite from Cambrian Morocco [OC] [1262×950]

Oct
11

Louisella pendunculata – Cambrian priapulid of the Burgess Shale [1900 x 2908]

Oct
02

[OC] Genevievella granulata. Weeks formation, Utah. Nicely inflated for a Cambrian trilobite (3264 x 1836).

Sep
26