This is a very unusual plate of Ordovician trilobites from Morocco. These are an undescribed species of Agerina from the Dra Valley. There are two complete and MANY partial examples on this plate - most are not shown in the photo. All of the bugs are natural to the plate, none are composited. Most of the specimens even have the free cheeks present, which is highly unusual. The fossils have natural orangish coloration and contrast wonderfully with the grayish-brown matrix. The bugs are well positioned on the semi-rectangular plate. This is a very nice grouping of these strange Ordovician trilobites.
This fossil was collected and obtained legally, and is also being sold legally.