Here is a very nice specimen of Kainops raymondi from the Lower Devonian of Oklahoma. This trilobite is differentiated from Paciphacops by the larger number of lenses in the eyes. This distinct specimen is quite large and nicely preserved. The bug is very 3-dimensional and exhibits fine detail. The granulose glabella is nicely displayed, and the compound eye of the trilobite is quite evident. The thick-shelled, caramel-colored trilobite contrasts wonderfully with the light-colored matrix. The ancient arthropod is not fully extracted and is still partially buried within the block of limestone - quite cool! This is a very uniquely-prepared example of this large-eyed Phacopid trilobite from the Haragan Formation.