Tesnusocaris

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Tesnusocaris goldichi
Temporal range: Lower Pennsylvanian
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Crustacea
Class: Remipedia
Order: Enantiopoda
Family: Tesnusocarididae
Genus: Tesnusocaris
Brooks, 1955
Species: T. goldichi
Binomial name
Tesnusocaris goldichi
Brooks, 1955 [1]

Tesnusocaris goldichi was a species of crustacean that lived in the Pennsylvanian period, the one of the two representatives of the extinct Order Enantiopoda.[2] Its fossil is from the Lower Pennsylvanian (Paleozoic, Carboniferous) Tesnus formation, Texas.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b H. K. Brooks (1955). "A crustacean from the Tesnus formation (Pennsylvanian) of Texas". Journal of Paleontology 29 (5): 852–856. JSTOR 1300405. 
  2. ^ Marco T. Neiber, Tamara R. Hartke, Torben Stemme, Alexandra Bergmann, Jes Rust, Thomas M. Iliffe & Stefan Koenemann (2011). "Global biodiversity and phylogenetic evaluation of Remipedia (Crustacea)". PLoS One 6 (5): e19627. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0019627. PMC 3098257. PMID 21625553.