The Eurypterida of New York/Volume 2/Explanations of plates/Plate 33

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Eusarcus scorpionis Grote & Pitt
Page 233
See plates 27–32, 34–36

1 Fragments of two walking legs showing the basal articulations of the spines and the membranes of the articulations of the joints. Natural size
2 A complete first walking leg showing the coxal joint with the gnathobase. Half of the paired spines are broken away. Natural size
3 A female opercular appendage showing also traces of the tubular appendages. Natural size
4 Last postabdominal segment and telson, the latter in a lateral view. The slender tubular form of the last segment, the curved shape of the telson, the articulating bulbous proximal end of the telson and its lateral flanges are seen. The apparent serrations are due to later cracking of the thickened margins. Natural size
Horizon and locality. Bertie waterlime. Buffalo, N Y.

The originals of figures 1 and 2 are in the New York State Museum; those of figures 3 and 4 are in the museum of the Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences

Memoir 14. N. Y. State Museum. Plate 33.
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