This is an uncommon Upper Cambrian trilobite. It is a Wujiajiania sutherlandia from British Columbia, Canada. Usually, these trilobites are found in concretions. This ancient arthropod was found in the shale. This specimen is complete and very nicely articulated. Both free cheeks are present and tightly attached. The bug exhibits fine detail. The segmentation of the trilobite is easily seen and the pleural spines are quite distinct. The dark-colored fossil contrasts nicely with the lighter-colored matrix. It is well positioned on the semi-rectangular plate of shale. This is a fine specimen of this unusual Upper Cambrian trilobite.