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Temporal range: Silurian
|Balizoma variolaris fossil|
Balizoma is a genus of trilobites from the family Encrinuridae. It has only been found in rocks of Silurian age. Its type species, B. variolaris, was named by Alexandre Brongniart in 1822, and is found in Dudley, England,.
- "The Barber Institute of Fine Arts, the Lapworth Museum of Geology and the University of Birmingham Collections - Objects". Barber Institute of Fine Arts. Archived from the original on 2011-07-26. Retrieved 2008-08-15.
- Adrain, JM and GD Edgecombe, 1995, Balizoma and the new genera Aegrotocatellus and Perirehaedulus; encrinurid trilobites from the Douro Formation (Silurian, Ludlow) of the central Canadian Arctic, Journal of Paleontology 69(4).
- Tripp, RP, JT Temple, & KC Gass, 1977, The Silurian trilobite Encrinurus variolaris and allied species, with notes on Frammia, Palaeontology 20.
- Balizoma at the Paleobiology Database
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