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Pennsylvania State Fossil
Find out all about the trilobite including when it became when it became Pennsylvania’s state fossil, and why it was chosen.
Source: State Fossils

Pennsylvania State Fossil (More Info)
Did you know the trilobites are the first animal that we know had vision? Find out more about this fascinating creatures here.
Source: Trilobite

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APA style
Symbols for Pennsylvania: Geological and Archaeological Symbols. (2014, December 4). In ClassBrain's State Reports | State Symbols | 50 US States. Retrieved 04:05, February 26, 2020, from https://statereports.com/pennsylvania_state_fossil/
MLA style
classbrain, “Symbols for Pennsylvania: Geological and Archaeological Symbols.” ClassBrain's State Reports | State Symbols | 50 US States. 4 December 2014, 13:04 UTC. . 26 Feb 2020 <https://statereports.com/pennsylvania_state_fossil/>.
MHRA style
classbrain, 'Symbols for Pennsylvania: Geological and Archaeological Symbols', ClassBrain's State Reports | State Symbols | 50 US States, 4 December 2014, 13:04 UTC, <https://statereports.com/pennsylvania_state_fossil/> [accessed 26 February 2020]
The Chicago Manual of Style
classbrain, “Symbols for Pennsylvania: Geological and Archaeological Symbols.” ClassBrain's State Reports | State Symbols | 50 US States, https://statereports.com/pennsylvania_state_fossil/ [accessed February 26, 2020].
CBE/CSE style
classbrain, Symbols for Pennsylvania: Geological and Archaeological Symbols [Internet]. ClassBrain's State Reports | State Symbols | 50 US States; 2014 December 4, 13:04 UTC [cited 2020 Feb 26]. Available from: https://statereports.com/pennsylvania_state_fossil/.
Bluebook style
Symbols for Pennsylvania: Geological and Archaeological Symbols, https://statereports.com/pennsylvania_state_fossil/ (last visited Feb. 26, 2020).
AMA style
classbrain, Symbols for Pennsylvania: Geological and Archaeological Symbols. ClassBrain's State Reports | State Symbols | 50 US States. December 4, 2014, 13:04 UTC. Available at: https://statereports.com/pennsylvania_state_fossil/. Accessed February 26, 2020.

Citation styles

APA style
Symbols for Pennsylvania: Geological and Archaeological Symbols. (2014, December 4). In ClassBrain's State Reports | State Symbols | 50 US States. Retrieved 04:05, February 26, 2020, from https://statereports.com/pennsylvania_state_fossil/
MLA style
classbrain, “Symbols for Pennsylvania: Geological and Archaeological Symbols.” ClassBrain's State Reports | State Symbols | 50 US States. 4 December 2014, 13:04 UTC. . 26 Feb 2020 <https://statereports.com/pennsylvania_state_fossil/>.
MHRA style
classbrain, 'Symbols for Pennsylvania: Geological and Archaeological Symbols', ClassBrain's State Reports | State Symbols | 50 US States, 4 December 2014, 13:04 UTC, <https://statereports.com/pennsylvania_state_fossil/> [accessed 26 February 2020]
The Chicago Manual of Style
classbrain, “Symbols for Pennsylvania: Geological and Archaeological Symbols.” ClassBrain's State Reports | State Symbols | 50 US States, https://statereports.com/pennsylvania_state_fossil/ [accessed February 26, 2020].
CBE/CSE style
classbrain, Symbols for Pennsylvania: Geological and Archaeological Symbols [Internet]. ClassBrain's State Reports | State Symbols | 50 US States; 2014 December 4, 13:04 UTC [cited 2020 Feb 26]. Available from: https://statereports.com/pennsylvania_state_fossil/.
Bluebook style
Symbols for Pennsylvania: Geological and Archaeological Symbols, https://statereports.com/pennsylvania_state_fossil/ (last visited Feb. 26, 2020).
AMA style
classbrain, Symbols for Pennsylvania: Geological and Archaeological Symbols. ClassBrain's State Reports | State Symbols | 50 US States. December 4, 2014, 13:04 UTC. Available at: https://statereports.com/pennsylvania_state_fossil/. Accessed February 26, 2020.