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Definition of Calymene

Calymene
Calymene Ca*lym"e*ne, n. [Gr. (?) concealed, p. p. of ? to conceal.] (Zo["o]l.) A genus of trilobites characteristic of the Silurian age.

Meaning of Calymene from wikipedia

- WalesCalymene duplicata, Wales and IrelandCalymene hopkinsoni, WalesCalymene niagarensis, New York †Calymene parvifrons, WalesCalymene senaria...
- Calymene blumenbachii Brongniart in Desmarest (1817), sometimes erroneously spelled blumenbachi, is a species of trilobite discovered in the limestone...
- Calymene tristani is a trilobite belonging to the order Phacopida family Calymene. These trilobites lived in the Ordovician and Silurian periods. Paleobiology...
- Calymene celebra is a Silurian species of trilobites of the order Phacopida and also the state fossil of Wisconsin. It is found in Illinois, Indiana, and...
- Calymene niagarensis is a species of trilobite belonging to the genus Calymene. These n****benthic carnivores lived in the Middle Silurian, from 436.0...
- Silurian and Devonian periods include: Dalmanites (Early to Late Silurian) Calymene (Silurian) Encrinurus (Silurian) Exallaspis (Middle to Late Silurian) Paralejurus...
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- Poraspis Trilobites were still diverse and common in the Silurian. Fossils of Calymene celebra are extremely abundant in parts of central USA. Jeppsson, L.; Calner...
- Calymenina and Family Calymenidae. Flexicalymene specimens can be mistaken for Calymene, Gravicalymene, Diacalymene and a few other Calymenina genera. They are...
- members of this order. Other known phacopids include Cheirurus, Deiphon, Calymene, Flexicalymene and Ceraurinella. J.M. Adrain (2014). "20. A synopsis of...