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English: Diagram showing the location of the cephalon, thorax and pygidium of a trilobite. Diagram courtesy of Sam Gon III

The trilobite body is divided into three major sections, a cephalon with eyes, mouthparts and sensory organs such as antennae, a thorax of multiple similar segments (that in some species allowed enrollment), and a pygidium, or tail section.
Author Sam Gon III
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