This is a nice multiple plate of trilobites. These are Elrathia kingi from the Cambrian of Utah. There are four examples of Elrathia on the plate. These trilobites are all natural to the rock - none have been placed or repositioned. The bugs are very "clean and crisp" - the morphologic features are clearly defined. All of the trilobites have the free cheeks present and tightly attached. The black trilobites contrast nicely with the gray matrix. They are aesthetically spaced on the natural-edged matrix block. There are also other trilobite parts and pieces scattered about the plate. This is a very displayable specimen of classic Middle Cambrian trilobites.