The crenulations along the edges of the high free cheeks give this genus its name. There are macropleural spines although only the one on the left is clearly visible, what is preserved of the macropleural spine on the right is up against the side of the thorax.
There are supposed to be two spines projecting forward of the glabella, but this part often breaks away and that is the case in this specimen.
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