The Eurypterida of New York/Volume 2/Explanations of plates/Plate 8

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PLATE 8

Eurypterus remipes Dekay
Page 161
See plates 2–7

1 Nearly complete operculum. Shows the form of the plate, the female genital appendages, lacking the paired terminal pieces. The pentagonal plates in front of the genital lobes are faintly outlined and the two interior tubular appendages are very distinctly shown as curved dark lines. × 2
2 Detached tergite. Shows outline and sculpturing. × 2
Horizon and locality. Bertie waterlime. Jerusalem hill, N. Y.
3 Posterior sternite, showing the "ears" or antelateral processes, the median suture and transverse sculpture line. Natural size
Horizon and locality. Bertie waterlime. Cranes Corners, N. Y.
4 Second sternite of a female, the appendage broken out, save the basal portion. Natural size
Horizon and locality. Bertie waterlime. Jerusalem hill, N. Y.
5 Dorsal view of two postabdominal segments. Shows anterior transverse row of scales and two median lines of larger scales, and the lateral epimera with their thickened edges and posterior lobes. × 2
Horizon and locality. Bertie waterlime. Cedarville, N. Y.
6 Telson, seen from underside and showing the median carina and marginal serration. × 2
Horizon and locality. Bertie waterlime. Cranes Corners, N. Y.
7 Last postabdominal segment and telson, seen from dorsal side, showing articulation of telson and posterior doublure of the segment. The margin of the segment and the lateral margin of the anterior portion of the telson show distinct rows of pores, presumably the sockets of bristles
Horizon and locality. Bertie waterlime. Jerusalem hill, N. Y.

All are from photographs of originals in the State Museum

Memoir 14. N.Y.State Museum. Plate 8.
The Eurypterida of New York plate 8.jpg
J.A.Glenn phot. J.B.Lyon Co. State Printer.