Here is a one-of-a-kind trilobite plate. This is an unusual multiple specimen of Lonchodomas suriensis from the Ordovician of Argentina. There are two outstretched trilobites on the front side, and another complete trilobite on the back! The bugs are wonderfully articulated and exhibit fine detail. The trilobites have great natural color and are well presented on the natural block of shale. And one of the trilobites on the front side is a tiny juvenile (to the upper right of the large bug!). This is a unique example of Lonchodomas on both sides of the plate.
Note: Argentina has now banned the export of all fossils. We will strictly abide by and enforce this law - we will not acquire new fossils from Argentina. However, this fossil was collected and exported prior to this law, and can be sold legally.