Palaeontographica Canadiana No. 35 is the first of three volumes supported by CGF Grant 15-5 ($15K total, $5K for each volume).
FURONGIAN (UPPER CAMBRIAN) TRILOBITES FROM THE MCKAY GROUP, BULL RIVER VALLEY, NEAR CRANBROOK, SOUTHEASTERN BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA. 2016. Brian D. E. Chatterton and Stacey Gibb, 275 p., 84 plates, 19 text-figures.
This volume describes upper Cambrian trilobites from a number of localities near Cranbrook in southeastern British Columbia. A total of 59 species in 31 genera are illustrated including 22 new species and 5 new genera. The trilobites, many preserved as articulated exoskeletons, are pictured in the 84 plates. In addition to taxonomic description, a number of biostratigraphic biozones are recognized. Comparisons to other faunas shows that these faunas are similar to faunas from South China and Korea, which suggests geographic proximity between that region and Laurentia during the late Cambrian.