|This is a good example of the trilobite species Dalejeproetus sagaoui from the Ihandar Formation of Maharch in South Morocco. The matrix shows a fossil wather level in a orthocone that indicates the original orientation of the fossil. The calcite bubble is the upper side|
On this trilobite are on the left side of the head some parts of the cephalic rim cast from the negative. Completely prone would the trilobite be about 25 mm long.
|Maharch, Maider Reg., Morocco|
|Size:||about 16 mm wide|
|Age:||Lower Devon, Pragian, Ihandar Formation (about 410 mill. y.o.)|