Deutsch: Cephalaspis, Fundort: England. Gotlandium bis Devon. Europa, Amerika
The first cephalaspis fossil was discovered in Old Red Stone in Britain during the early 19th century, but it is unclear who found the first fossil.
Cephalaspis sp. Description Deutsch: Replikat - Maßstab 1:1 English: Reconstruction - 1:1 scale
The cephalaspis was a primitive and jawless invertebrate that resembles a modern fish, and they were found throughout Europe and North America in lower Devonian rocks.
A digital recreation of a ostracoderm.
The Cephalaspis belonged to an early group of invertebrates called ostracoderms, and they had a poorly ossified skeleton and bony head shield.