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Encrinurus

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Kingdom  Animalia
Family  Encrinuridae
Rank  Genus
Class  Trilobita
Phylum  Arthropoda
Order  Phacopida
Encrinurus Encrinurus fossil a day
Similar  Dalmanites, Bumastus, Calymene, Phacopida, Calymene blumenbachi

Encrinurus is a long-lived genus of phacopid trilobite that lived in what are now Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America from the middle Ordovician to the early Devonian from 472—412.3 mya, existing for approximately 59.7 million years.

Encrinurus Sculpted Stone

Taxonomy

Encrinurus Rare Wenlock Trilobite Encrinurus

Encrinurus was named by Emmrich (1844). Jell and Adrain (2003) list it as a currently valid genus name within the Phacopida, specifically within the Encrinuridae.

Encrinurus Silurian Trilobites of the United Kingdom alphabetized
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References

Encrinurus Wikipedia


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