This is a very attractive specimen of Treveropyge prorotundifrons from the Devonian of Morocco. This type of trilobite has huge, bulging eyes with long pleurons and five pair of short, pointed pygidial spines. This extremely robust specimen is well preserved in the ''crawling'' position. It is wonderfully articulated and exhibits fine detail. Most of the individual lenses of the compound eyes are easily seen, and the pleurons are all intact. The trilobite has been prepared in high relief and has excellent color and contrast. It displays beautifully on the sculpted plate of limestone. This is a very displayable example of one of the most sought-after non-spiny trilobites from Morocco.