Large, Impressive Long-Eyed Asaphus from Russia

Name: Asaphus (Neoasaphus) kowalewskii
Age:  Middle Ordovician
Formation:  Asery Level
Location:  Near St. Petersburg, Russia
Size: Trilobite is 2.8" long, NOT counting the eyes!

Specimen SS1033

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This is a very fine specimen of a classic trilobite This is a beautiful example of Asaphus (Neoasaphus) kowalewskii from the Ordovician of Russia. This strange trilobite is quite inflated and nicely preserved in an outstretched position. The long, stalked eyes have been prepared in a free-standing manner and are wonderfully displayed. The thick, caramel-colored exoskeleton contrasts beautifully with the light-colored limestone. The bug is extremely well showcased on the large, natural block of limestone. This is a very impressive example of one of everybody's favorite trilobites.

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