2.3" Tower-Eyed Erbenochile Trilobite - Check Out The Detail!
There are two known species of Erbenochile and Erbenochile issoumourensis is distinguished from Erbenochile erbeni by several key features. Issoumourensis has a smaller number of eye facets, it does not have an "eye shade" extending laterally from the to of it's eyes, the spines of shorter, and the cephalon rounded triangular and without tubercles.
This dramatic specimen would be about 1.9" long it outstretched and is beautifully prepared. The huge compound eyes can be seen in all of their glory, the axial and tail spines are all free-standing. There is no restoration on this specimen.