Species: Morocops Trilobite and Hollardops Trilobite
Age: Middle Devonian
Size: 85x83x80 mm (including matrix)
Morocops - 55x25x20 mm
Hollardops -62x39x10 mm
Trilobites have intrigued humanity for centuries, being worn as amulets by the Pahvant Ute people and incorporated into ornamentation before they were even identified fully as a species. The Pahvant Ute called them “Timpe-Konitza-Pachuee,” which is translated to, "little water bug living in a house of stone."
Due to the nature of natural products and photographic techniques, color, size, and style may vary slightly from the photos listed.