Trilobita, Order Asaphida,
Family Asaphidae, Subfamily Isotelinae
Time: Ordovician, Blackriverian Stage
mm and 55 mm
Criner Hills, Carter County Oklahoma
plate has two large and complete and two partial Homotelus bromidensis.
These plates were relatively common a number of years ago. These
trilobites from this site take an enormous amount of time to prepare.
The specimens are normally buried within a very hard limestone matrix.
Note the nice light chocolate color against the muted yellow background
see: Oklahoma Trilobites
fossil pictures to enlarge