Here is a very attractive plate of Chinese trilobites. There are three nice examples of Yuepingia sp. and a large Norinia convexa on this slab of Ordovician limestone. These distinct trilobites are quite inflated and exhibit fine detail. All four bugs have the free cheeks intact, which is quite unusual. The small, crescent-shaped eyes are easily seen, and the individual thoracic segments are clearly defined. The trilobites have exceptional whitish coloration and contrast wonderfully with the dark grey matrix. The bugs are well positioned on the almost rectangular plate of limestone. This is a beautiful multiple specimen of these uncommon trilobites from the Ordovician of China.
This fossil was collected and obtained legally, and is also being sold legally.