Temporal range: Pridoli–Frasnian
Shear & Selden, 1995
E. devonica Størmer, 1976
Eoarthropleura was a genus of millipede-like creatures which lived between the Late Silurian and Late Devonian periods. Fossils, mainly of cuticle fragments, have been found in Europe (Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany and Shropshire, England) and North America (New York, USA and New Brunswick, Canada). It is the earliest known member of the Arthropleuridea, and the oldest known terrestrial animal of North America.
- William Shear & Paul Selden (1995). "Eoarthropleura (Arthropoda, Arthropleurida) from the Silurian of Britain and the Devonian of North America" (PDF). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen. 196 (3): 347–375.
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