There are two specimens. The small one (TR120a) is in a concretion and is from the Wolfmountain Shale, The large specimen (TR120b) is from the Graford Formation.
In specimen TR120a there is a dent in the edge of the front left part of the head, and the head overall is somewhat disarticulated from the thorax, but still this fossil provides a good idea of what this trilobite was about.
In specimen TR120b the pygidium is disarticulated and the thorax is somewhat disarticulated as well.
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