Here is an interesting trilobite from the Lower Cambrian. It is a Hsuaspis bilobata from Kangaroo Island, South Australia. This type of trilobite has a very wide pre-glabellar field which is easily seen on this specimen. Although this trilobite does not have the free cheeks present, the over-all detail of the trilobite is quite nice. The fossil has very good color and contrast and is wonderfully centered on the natural plate of shale that also contains other trilobite fragments on both sides. This is a fine example of this Lower Cambrian trilobite from ''Down Under''.