This is an excellent multiple trilobite specimen. This plate has a complete specimen of both Asaphiscus wheeleri and Elrathia kingii from the House Range of Utah. Multiple examples of these two types are very rarely found together. Both trilobites are very nicely preserved and wonderfully articulated. All of the free cheeks are present and tightly attached. These ancient arthropods exhibit fine detail - the individual segments are easily seen, and the broad brims of the pygidia are nicely displayed. The bugs have thick, black exoskeleton and contrast beautifully with the lighter grey matrix. They are well showcased on the large, natural plate of shale. There is also a tiny Bolaspidella preserved on the plate. This is a very displayable multiple specimen of Asaphiscus and Elrathia from Utah.