Reedops are a common species of trilobite, these particular fossil specimens are of Reedops cephalote, often sought after due to their high chances of being fossilised and retaining many morphological features, these particular species were found in Devonian limestone beds of the Hamar Laghdad Formation in Djebel Issoumour, Alnif, Morocco, making them between 395 and 345 million years old. Excellent in quality, features such as the segments, eyes, tail, cephalon, glabella, etc can be easily seen without the use of magnification. The animals have been professionally prepped and cleaned, allowing for easy observation, they measure approximately 50 mm in length and 25 mm in width, based on a limestone matrix which is roughly 70x 45 mm in size. Each sample is excellent for higher education use, to exhibit the differences between trilobite species or serious collectors. They will come supplied in a card tray with an information label.