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The large Paradoxides davidis trapezopyge (sagittal length: 206mm) and the extremely rare Anapolenus henrici (sagittal length: 55mm) is from the famous Middle Cambrian Manuals Bay locality in Newfoundland, which is now protected as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
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The large Paradoxides davidis trapezopyge (sagittal length: 206mm) and the extremely rare Anapolenus henrici (sagittal length: 55mm) is from the famous Middle Cambrian Manuals Bay locality in Newfoundland, which is now protected as a UNESCO World Heritage site.