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Prehistoric Crustaceans †
Acanthinopus Actaeopsis Alcmonacaris Anaglyptus Ankitokazocaris
Anthracophausia Apankura P Apudites Archeosolenocera Archithelphusa
Aspidogaster Atropicaris Austriocaris Blaculla Buergerocaris
Burgessia P Calapa Cambrocaris Cambropachycope Carcinocarcinus
Chiiengphoherus Chuandianella Clausia Clausocaris Concavicaris
Convexicaris Corellicarcinus Coreocaris Cretachlorodus Devonocaris
Dioxycaris Dollocaris Eocaris Ercaia Essoidea
Euthycarcinus Galenocaris Gampsurus Glabropilumus Goticaris
Harrycaris Hecia Hefriga Henningsmoenicaris Homelys
Kilianocaris Knebalia Leiothorax Lissopsis Martinssonia
Mascarananda Mayrocaris Mecochiria Mesodromites Meyerella
Microcaris Mitrax Musacaris Nothozoe Oedisoma
Oelandocaris Olinaecaris Ostenocaris Oxythyreus Palaemysis
Palaeopemphia Palaxius Parafavreina Paraostenia Parvocaris
Peachocaris Pinnacaris Plenocaris Protonecrocarcinus Protozoe
Protozoea Pseuderichthus Quasicaris Rugocaris Saccocaris
Sandtorpia Scaraidae Skara Tetrachelus Trachynotus
Walossekia Waptia Waterstonella Yangzicaris Yicaris

Name The name (genus) of the life form.
  Life Form Family Group  The family group to which the life form belongs.
This life form is Globally Extinct.  or  At least one species of this life form still exists today.  The 'cross' symbol indicates that this life form is globally extinct whereas the 'heart' symbol indicates that at least one species of this life form still exists today.
Pictures (artist illustrations and/or photos of fossils) are available in the detail page
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