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This model is the result of a direct scan of a well preserved Walliserops Trifurcatus fossil. It retains a lot of the details that are not often perserved intact.
Great for educational purposes or as a fun decoration.
Walliserops is a genus of spinose phacopid trilobite, of the family Acastidae, found in Lower to Middle Devonian age rocks from the Anti-Atlas Mountains of Morocco. All species of Walliserops possess a three-pronged "trident" that protrudes from the glabella. Walliserops is most closely related to the genus Comura.