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- The Phacopina comprise a suborder of the trilobite order Phacopida. Species belonging to the Phacopina lived from the Lower Ordovician (Tremadocian) through...
- origin of the Phacopida order is uncertain. It comprises three suborders (Phacopina, Calymenina, and Cheirurina) which share a distinctive protaspis (developmental...
- and earliest Upper Devonian of Morocco and the USA. Like in all sighted Phacopina, the eyes of Phacops are compounded of very large (0.5mm in Eldredgeops...
- Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Cl****: Trilobita Order: Phacopida Suborder: Phacopina Superfamily: Phacopoidea families Phacopidae Pterygometopidae...
- close to the common ancestor of the Phacopina. Gyrometopus is phacopid in appearance, but unlike in other Phacopina, a rostral plate is present, although...
- transitional group between the Ptychopariida ancestors and all other Phacopina. Diaphanometopidae, are found in the Lower and Middle Ordovician of Sweden...
- groups show secondary lost facial sutures, such as all Agnostina and some Phacopina. Another common feature of the Olenellina also suggests this suborder...
- the subcl**** Librostoma. Unlike the trilobites of the Phacopid suborder Phacopina, whose eyes are schizochroal, the proetids have the more common holochroal...
- Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Cl****: Trilobita Order: Phacopida Suborder: Phacopina Superfamily: Dalmanitoidea Family: Dalmanitidae Genus: Dalmanites Barrande...
- cl****ification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Cl****: Trilobita Superorder: Phacopina Order: Phacopida Superfamily: Dalmanitoidea Vogdes, 1890 families Dalmanitidae...
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