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Definition of Phacops

Phacops
Phacops Pha"cops, n. [NL., fr. Gr. ? a lentil + ?, ?, the eye.] (Paleon.) A genus of trilobites found in the Silurian and Devonian formations. Phacops bufo is one of the most common species.

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- the same ability, but Phacops rana nearly perfected it. The slightest amount of sediment would trigger their senses, and Phacops rana would be hidden in...
- Gerry, K. "Phacops vs. Eldredgeops". The Fossil Forum. Viersen, van, A.P. (2004). "De mythe van Phacops latifrons [The Myth of Phacops latifrons]"....
- Late Silurian) Paralejurus (Early Devonian) Lioharpes (Middle Devonian) Phacops (Middle to Late Devonian) The Proetida survived for millions of years,...
- North American species as the type species Phacops latifrons is European. However, old combinations like Phacops rana are widely used among fossil collectors...
- Amphibian: Eastern ****bender Dog: Great Dane Fish: Brook trout Fossil: Phacops rana Beverage: Milk Song: "Pennsylvania" Ship: US Brig Niagara Electric...
- Phacops fecundus is a species of trilobite from the lower Devonian period. Their fossils are found in the Czech Republic. Phacops fecundus fecundus Barrande†...
-  Spain A saukiandid trilobite. Genus includes new species P. tiergaensis. Phacops ouarouroutensis Sp. nov Valid Crônier et al. Devonian Chefar el Ahmar Formation...
- the appearance of life and its evolution. Niles Eldredge's study of the Phacops trilobite genus supported the hypothesis that modifications to the arrangement...
- worldwide localities notable for the presence of fossils (with link directory) Phacops rana – Extinct species of trilobite, a Devonian trilobite The Devonian...
- Phacops rana...
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