Caryosyntrips

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Caryosyntrips serratus
Temporal range: Cambrian Series 3–Middle Cambrian
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Animalia
Stem-group: Arthropoda
Class: Dinocaridida
Order: Radiodonta
Family: Anomalocarididae
Genus: Caryosyntrips
Species: † C. serratus
Binomial name
Caryosyntrips serratus
Daley & Budd, 2010

Caryosyntrips is an extinct genus of anomalocaridid which existed in Canada, during the middle Cambrian. Caryosyntrips is known only from a handful of 12-segmented appendages, which resemble nut-crackers, recovered from the Burgess Shale Formation. It was first named by Allison C. Daley, Graham E. Budd in 2010 and the type species is Caryosyntrips serratus.[1]

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  1. ^ Allison C. Daley, Graham E. Budd (2010). "New anomalocaridid appendages from the Burgess Shale, Canada". Palaeontology 53 (4): 721–738. doi:10.1111/j.1475-4983.2010.00955.x.