The Eurypterida of New York/Volume 2/Explanations of plates/Plate 39

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Eusarcus newlini Claypole
Page 245
See plates 36–38

1 Dorsal aspect of the largest specimen observed; the distal portions of the legs and of the postabdomen are restored. The outline of the eyes is faintly seen at the anterior margin of the carapace. The massive form of the legs is especially striking in this specimen. The preabdomen shows the outline of both the tergites (straight transverse) and sternites (concave). It is apparently somewhat contracted. Natural size
Horizon and locality. Kokomo waterlime. Kokomo, Ind.

The original is in the State Museum