. The Eurypterida of New York. Eurypterida; Paleontology. i68 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM tral side [pi. 8, fig. 3] is ornamented with closely arranged semicircular to semilunar scales, largest and most prominent in the middle anterior region of the operculum, otherwise rather faint. Ontogeny, Eurypterus remipes has not yet afforded any growth stages as young as those of species from Otisville. The smallest specimens are already of neanic age. Hall figured an example [1859. v. i, pi. 80, fig. i] which without the telson spine, measures but 18 mm. An outline drawing [text fig. 1,^] and photograph [pi

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. The Eurypterida of New York. Eurypterida; Paleontology. i68 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM tral side [pi. 8, fig. 3] is ornamented with closely arranged semicircular to semilunar scales, largest and most prominent in the middle anterior region of the operculum, otherwise rather faint. Ontogeny, Eurypterus remipes has not yet afforded any growth stages as young as those of species from Otisville. The smallest specimens are already of neanic age. Hall figured an example [1859. v. i, pi. 80, fig. i] which without the telson spine, measures but 18 mm. An outline drawing [text fig. 1,^] and photograph [pi
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. The Eurypterida of New York. Eurypterida; Paleontology. i68 NEW YORK STATE MUSEUM tral side [pi. 8, fig. 3] is ornamented with closely arranged semicircular to semilunar scales, largest and most prominent in the middle anterior region of the operculum, otherwise rather faint. Ontogeny, Eurypterus remipes has not yet afforded any growth stages as young as those of species from Otisville. The smallest specimens are already of neanic age. Hall figured an example [1859. v. i, pi. 80, fig. i] which without the telson spine, measures but 18 mm. An outline drawing [text fig. 1,^] and photograph [pi. 4, fig. i] of this speci- men are here reproduced, and also the drawing of another small indi-. Figure 2>Z Outline camera drawing of young of Eurypterus remipes. X3. The same specimen is reproduced on plate 4, figure i. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Clarke, John Mason, 1857-1925; Ruedemann, Rudolf, 1864-1956. Albany, New York State Education Department

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