This is a fine example of an uncommon trilobite. It is a complete Asaphus lepidurus from Russia. This type of trilobite is from the Kunda Level, meaning it is older in geologic age than most of the large-eyed Russian trilobites you see. Asaphus lepidurus has small eyes - this trilobite showcases this feature beautifully. The bug has great color and fine detail - it is a very clean example. The head has been prepared free-standing, and the hupostoma (mouthplate) is even exposed. This is a very nice specimen of this early Asaphid trilobite.