Definition of Trilobita. Meaning of Trilobita. Synonyms of Trilobita

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Definition of Trilobita

Trilobita
Trilobita Tri`lo*bi"ta, n. pl. [NL.] (Paleon.) An extinct order of arthropods comprising the trilobites.

Meaning of Trilobita from wikipedia

- a group of extinct marine arachnomorph arthropods that form the cl**** Trilobita. Trilobites form one of the earliest-known groups of arthropods. The first...
- The Spence Shale is the middle member of the Langston Formation in southeastern Idaho and northeastern Utah. It is exposed in the Bear River Range, the...
- (1985) placed the order in the Trilobita. Cotton & Braddy (2000) place it in a new "Trilobite clade" containing the Trilobita, recognizing the close affinities...
- referred to as the Chengjiang biota. 78 species, not counting Nektaspida and Trilobita Acanthomeridion serratum Alalcomenaeus Almenia spinosa Apiocephalus elegans...
- a member of the Arachnomorpha and related to the Chelicerata and the Trilobita, while not included in any of those. There are eight included genera,...
- 1904 Subphyla, unplaced genera, and cl****es Subphylum †Trilobitomorpha †Trilobita – trilobites (extinct) Subphylum Chelicerata Euchelicerata – arachnids...
- The Wheeler Shale (named by Charles Walcott) is a Cambrian (c. 507 Ma) fossil locality world-famous for prolific agnostid and Elrathia kingii trilobite...
- The largest organisms now found on Earth can be determined according to various aspects of an organism's size, such as: m****, volume, area, length, height...
- Arachnomorpha, which comprises the rest of arthropods (Chelicerata and Trilobita). The mandibulates constitute the largest and most varied arthropod group...
- The Pitkin Formation, or Pitkin Limestone, is a fossiliferous geologic formation in northern Arkansas that dates to the Chesterian Series of the late Mississippian...
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