Early Silurian trilobites of Anticosti Island, Québec, Canada. B. D. E. Chatterton and R. Ludvigsen. 2004. Palaeontographica Canadiana No. 22. 264 p., including 85 pls. (p. 91–261). ISBN: 0-919216-93-5.

With an area of some 8,000 km2, Anticosti Island is one of the largest islands in maritime Canada, second only to Newfoundland. The solid geology comprises two Ordovician formations and five Silurian ones, which are superbly exposed in coastal and river sections. Fossils are abundant throughout the sequence, and are often splendidly preserved. Previous studies have shown that the strata were deposited mainly below fair-weather wave base. The...

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