This is an undescribed species that looks like a cross between a Comura bultyncki and a Quadrops flexuosa.
The body proportions are closest to that of Quadrops. The large spade-like rostrum is like a scaled up version of the Comura rostrum, and is unlike the four tines of the Quadrops rostrum. Both Quadrops and Comura have a large, thick occiptal spine, this species has an occipital spline that is of similar thickness and size to the other spines. The vertical spines on the thorax are more like the long vertical spines on Comura rather than the short, thin vertical spines on Quadrops. C. bultyncki has no vertical spines on the glabella, Q. flexuosa has two, and this species has four.
I won't be surprised to see this classified as a new species of Comura, but I also won't be surprised if it is placed in a new genus.