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Definition of Asaphus

Asaphus
Asaphus As"a*phus, n. [NL., fr. Gr. ? indistinct, uncertain.] (Paleon.) A genus of trilobites found in the Lower Silurian formation. See Illust. in Append.

Meaning of Asaphus from wikipedia

- Asaphus expansus (/ˈæsæfʌs ɛkspænsʌs/) is the type species of the asaphid trilobite genus Asaphus. It was previously cl****ified as Entomostracites expansus...
- name Asaphus as published by Brongniart in Desmarest, 1817, and to designate a type species in harmony with general usage for the genus Asaphus Brongniart...
- Asaphus kowalewskii (/ˈæsæfʌs ˈkoʊæluːskiː/) is one of the 35 species of trilobites of the genus Asaphus (this particular species is sometimes placed in...
- in Wales. The type specimen was first described by Murchison in 1839 as Asaphus corndensis, though the species was later re****igned. Trilobite info (Sam...
- broad pitted margin around their head shields. Some trilobites such as Asaphus kowalewski evolved long eyestalks to ****ist in detecting predators whereas...
- Formation, the Mydrim Limestone Formation, the Hendre Shales Formation, Asaphus Ash Formation and at its base, the underlying Felin-wen Formation. The...
- Asaphus expansus ventral side prepared, showing the attachment of the hypostome...
- from the Green River Formation of Wyoming A permineralized trilobite, Asaphus kowalewskii Megalodon and Carcharodontosaurus teeth. The latter was found...
- continuous evolution of eyestalks, from individuals with stubby eyes to Asaphus kowalewskii, a trilobite with long eyestalks. This line is found in the...
- Geragnostella Asaphida of the Floian Phthanoncoceras Ampyx Ampyxoides Anebolithus Asaphus Aspidaeglina Australopyge Bergamia Bohemopyge Borogothus Bumastides Ceratolithus...
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