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Phylum Foraminifera

Kingdom Protozoa, single-celled marine organisms with shells

<p>Kingdom Protozoa, single-celled marine organisms with shells</p>
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Order Fusulinida

Foraminifera with elongated shells, extinct

<p>Foraminifera with elongated shells, extinct</p>
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Genus Triticites

Phylum Foraminifera, Order Fusulinda

gets its name from the latin word for wheat; common fossil in Kansas rocks

<p>Phylum Foraminifera, Order Fusulinda</p><p>gets its name from the latin word for wheat; common fossil in Kansas rocks</p>
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Order Rotaliida

Foraminifera with spiral shells

<p>Foraminifera with spiral shells</p>
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Genus Nummulites

Large, disc-shaped foraminifera, extinct

Phylum Foraminifera; Order Rotaliida

<p>Large, disc-shaped foraminifera, extinct</p><p>Phylum Foraminifera; Order Rotaliida</p>
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Phylum Porifera

Kingdom Animalia, sponges

<p>Kingdom Animalia, sponges</p>
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Genus Astraeospongia

Calcareous sponge genus

Phylum Porifera

<p>Calcareous sponge genus</p><p>Phylum Porifera</p>
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Phylum Bryozoa

Kingdom Animalia, moss animals

<p>Kingdom Animalia, moss animals</p>
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Order Graptoloidea

Planktic graptolites

Kingdom Animalia

<p>Planktic graptolites</p><p>Kingdom Animalia</p>
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Phylum Cnidaria

Kingdom Animalia, corals

<p>Kingdom Animalia, corals</p>
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Order Tabulata

Tabulate corals; Phylum Cnidaria

<p>Tabulate corals; Phylum Cnidaria</p>
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Genus Favosites

an extinct genus of tabulate coral characterized by polygonal closely packed corallites

Kingdom Animalia; Phylum Cnidaria; Order Tabulata

<p><span style="font-family: Roboto, arial, sans-serif">an extinct genus of tabulate coral characterized by polygonal closely packed corallites</span></p><p><span style="font-family: Roboto, arial, sans-serif">Kingdom Animalia; Phylum Cnidaria; Order Tabulata</span></p>
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Genus Halysites

extinct genus of corals found as fossils in marine rocks from the Late Ordovician Period to the end of the Silurian Period (461 million to 416 million years ago)

Phylum Cnidaria; Order Tabulata

<p>extinct genus of corals found as fossils in marine rocks from the Late Ordovician Period to the end of the Silurian Period (461 million to 416 million years ago)</p><p>Phylum Cnidaria; Order Tabulata</p>
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Order Rugosa

Rugose corals. Phylum Cnidaria

If it bent, it can tell you what environment it lives in and the environments are benthic.

<p>Rugose corals. Phylum Cnidaria</p><p>If it bent, it can tell you what environment it lives in and the environments are benthic.</p>
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Genus Heliophyllum

an extinct genus of corals that existed predominantly in the Devonian; horn corals

Phylum Cnidaria; Order Rugosa

<p><span style="font-family: Roboto, arial, sans-serif">an extinct genus of corals that existed predominantly in the Devonian; horn corals</span></p><p><span style="font-family: Roboto, arial, sans-serif">Phylum Cnidaria; Order Rugosa</span></p>
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Subphylum Crustacea

Shrimp, lobsters, crabs, barnacles, ostracods

Phylum Arthropoda

<p>Shrimp, lobsters, crabs, barnacles, ostracods</p><p>Phylum Arthropoda</p>
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Polymerids

the trilobites that most people are familiar with. these trilobites typically have more than two or three thoracic segments, and the pygidium is usually smaller than the cephalon.

Phylum Arthropoda

<p> the trilobites that most people are familiar with. these trilobites typically have more than two or three thoracic segments, and the pygidium is usually smaller than the cephalon.</p><p>Phylum Arthropoda</p>
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Genus Calymene

a genus of trilobite that are found throughout North America, North Africa, and Europe in primarily Silurian outcrops

Phylum Arthropoda; Polymerids

<p>a genus of trilobite that are found throughout North America, North Africa, and Europe in primarily Silurian outcrops</p><p>Phylum Arthropoda; Polymerids</p>
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Genus Peronopsis

a genus of trilobite restricted to the Middle Cambrian. Its remains have been found in Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America

Phylum Arthropoda; Agnostids

<p>a genus of trilobite restricted to the Middle Cambrian. Its remains have been found in Asia, Australia, Europe, and North Americ<span style="font-family: Roboto, arial, sans-serif">a</span></p><p>Phylum Arthropoda; Agnostids</p>
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Class Articulata

Brachiopods with a hinge

<p>Brachiopods with a hinge</p>
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Genus Composita

an extinct brachiopod genus that lived from the Late Devonian to the Late Permian. a cosmopolitan global distribution, having lived on every continent except Antarctica

Phylum Brachiopoda; Class Articulata

<p>an extinct brachiopod genus that lived from the Late Devonian to the Late Permian. a cosmopolitan global distribution, having lived on every continent except Antarctica</p><p>Phylum Brachiopoda; Class Articulata</p>
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Genus Mucrospirifer

Articulate brachiopod genus

<p>Articulate brachiopod genus</p>
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Genus Rafinesquina

an extinct genus of large brachiopod that existed from the Darriwilian to the Ludlow epoch

<p>an extinct genus of large brachiopod that existed from the Darriwilian to the Ludlow epoch</p>
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Genus Exogyra

an extinct genus of fossil marine oysters. These bivalves grew cemented by the more cupped left valve. The right valve is flatter, and the beak is curved to one side

Phylum Mollusca; Class Bivalvia

<p>an extinct genus of fossil marine oysters. These bivalves grew cemented by the more cupped left valve. The right valve is flatter, and the beak is curved to one side</p><p>Phylum Mollusca; Class Bivalvia</p>
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Genus Pecten

a genus of large scallops or saltwater clams. This genus is known in the fossil record from the Cretaceous period to the Quaternary period. Fossil shells within this genus have been found all over the world

Phylum Mollusca; Class Bivalvia

<p>a genus of large scallops or saltwater clams. This genus is known in the fossil record from the Cretaceous period to the Quaternary period. Fossil shells within this genus have been found all over the world</p><p>Phylum Mollusca; Class Bivalvia</p>
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Order Ammonitida

Extinct cephalopods, ammonites

<p>Extinct cephalopods, ammonites</p>
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Genus Dactylioceras

a widespread genus of ammonites from the Lower Jurassic period, approximately 180 million years ago

<p>a widespread genus of ammonites from the Lower Jurassic period, approximately 180 million years ago</p>
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Order Orthocerida

Straight-shelled cephalopods

<p>Straight-shelled cephalopods</p>
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Class Gastropoda

snails, slugs, nudibranchs

<p>snails, slugs, nudibranchs</p>
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Class Crinoidea

Stems, columns, calyxes

<p>Stems, columns, calyxes</p>
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Class Ophiuroidea

brittle stars and basket stars

<p>brittle stars and basket stars</p>
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Superclass Agnatha

jawless fish (hagfish and lampreys)

<p>jawless fish (hagfish and lampreys)</p>
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Class Placodermi

all extinct, armored fish

•Ossified plates

•Paired fins

•Ossified jaws

<p>all extinct, armored fish</p><p>•Ossified plates</p><p>•Paired fins</p><p>•Ossified jaws</p>
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Genus Carcharocles (formerly Carcharodon)

an extinct genus of "megatoothed" otodontid sharks that lived in the Americas, Asia, Africa, Europe and Australia from the Early Miocene to the Late Pliocene.

<p>an extinct genus of "megatoothed" otodontid sharks that lived in the Americas, Asia, Africa, Europe and Australia from the Early Miocene to the Late Pliocene.</p>
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Order Ichthyosauria

"Fish lizard", ichthyosaurs - marine reptile, extinct.

<p>"Fish lizard", ichthyosaurs - marine reptile, extinct.</p>
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Order Pterosauria

Extinct order of flying archosaurs.

Pterosaurs

<p>Extinct order of flying archosaurs.</p><p>Pterosaurs</p>
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Suborder Theropoda

- Bipedal carnivores

- Tyrannosaurus rex

- ancestor of birds

<p>- Bipedal carnivores</p><p>- Tyrannosaurus rex</p><p>- ancestor of birds</p>
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Genus Deinonychus

a genus of carnivorous dromaeosaurid coelurosaurian dinosaurs

<p>a genus of carnivorous dromaeosaurid coelurosaurian dinosaurs</p>
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Genus Apatosaurus

an extinct genus of sauropod dinosaur that lived in North America during the Late Jurassic period

-shorter front legs and taller hind legs

<p>an extinct genus of sauropod dinosaur that lived in North America during the Late Jurassic period</p><p>-shorter front legs and taller hind legs</p>
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Genus Patagotitan

a genus of titanosaurian sauropod dinosaur from the Cerro Barcino Formation in Chubut Province, Patagonia, Argentina

<p>a genus of titanosaurian sauropod dinosaur from the Cerro Barcino Formation in Chubut Province, Patagonia, Argentina</p>
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Genus Protoceratops

a genus of small protoceratopsid dinosaurs that lived in Asia during the Late Cretaceous, around 75 to 71 million years ago

<p>a genus of small protoceratopsid dinosaurs that lived in Asia during the Late Cretaceous, around 75 to 71 million years ago</p>
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Genus Stegosaurus

Genus of armored dinosaur. It is one of the most recognizable dinosaurs, with its double row of kite-shaped plates on its back and the two pairs of spikes on its tail. It lived in what is now western North America. In 2006, a specimen was also found in Portugal, showing that they were also present in Europe. Lived during the late Jurassic.

<p>Genus of armored dinosaur. It is one of the most recognizable dinosaurs, with its double row of kite-shaped plates on its back and the two pairs of spikes on its tail. It lived in what is now western North America. In 2006, a specimen was also found in Portugal, showing that they were also present in Europe. Lived during the late Jurassic.</p>
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Clade Synapsida

mammals and fossil ancestors

<p>mammals and fossil ancestors</p>
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Class Mammalia

- Mammals

- Hair on bodies

- Mostly give birth to live young (placentals or marsupials) but some egg-laying (monotremes)

- Nurse young by producing milk through mammary glands

<p>- Mammals</p><p>- Hair on bodies</p><p>- Mostly give birth to live young (placentals or marsupials) but some egg-laying (monotremes)</p><p>- Nurse young by producing milk through mammary glands</p>
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Genus Mesohippus

Extinct genus of early horse, the first of the three-toed horses. Lived 30 to 40 million years ago, from the middle Eocene to the early Oligocene. Common in North America. Was four feet long, stood 60 cm tall, was about 75 pounds, and had a brain that was almost the same size as modern horses.

<p>Extinct genus of early horse, the first of the three-toed horses. Lived 30 to 40 million years ago, from the middle Eocene to the early Oligocene. Common in North America. Was four feet long, stood 60 cm tall, was about 75 pounds, and had a brain that was almost the same size as modern horses.</p>
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Species H. neanderthalensis

an extinct species or subspecies of archaic humans who lived in Eurasia until about 40,000 years ago

<p> an extinct species or subspecies of archaic humans who lived in Eurasia until about 40,000 years ago</p>
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Genus Acer

a genus of trees and shrubs commonly known as maples

Flowering Plants (Division Anthophyta)

<p>a genus of trees and shrubs commonly known as maples</p><p>Flowering Plants (Division Anthophyta)</p>
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Genus Calamites

a genus of extinct arborescent horsetails to which the modern horsetails are closely related. Unlike their herbaceous modern cousins, these plants were medium-sized trees, growing to heights of 30-50 meters. They were components of the understories of coal swamps of the Carboniferous Period

Horsetails (Division Sphenophyta); form leaf genus: Annularia

<p>a genus of extinct arborescent horsetails to which the modern horsetails are closely related. Unlike their herbaceous modern cousins, these plants were medium-sized trees, growing to heights of 30-50 meters. They were components of the understories of coal swamps of the Carboniferous Period</p><p>Horsetails (Division Sphenophyta); form leaf genus: Annularia</p>
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Genus Glossopteris

the largest and best-known genus of the extinct Permian order of seed plants known as Glossopteridales.

Seed ferns (Division Pteridospermatophyta)

<p>the largest and best-known genus of the extinct Permian order of seed plants known as Glossopteridales.</p><p>Seed ferns (Division Pteridospermatophyta)</p>
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Petrified wood

Fossilized wood that is protected from oxygen and organisms decay by being buried in sediment

<p>Fossilized wood that is protected from oxygen and organisms decay by being buried in sediment</p>
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Chalk

Soft, white, porous limestone

<p>Soft, white, porous limestone</p>
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Fossil limestone

Limestone containing fossils

<p>Limestone containing fossils</p>
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Sandstone

Sedimentary rock made of sand-sized grains

<p>Sedimentary rock made of sand-sized grains</p>
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Genus Hydnoceras

an extinct genus of sponges that existed from the Upper Devonian through the end of the Pennsylvanian

Phylum Porifera

<p>an extinct genus of sponges that existed from the Upper Devonian through the end of the Pennsylvanian</p><p>Phylum Porifera</p>
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Genus Archimedes

Bryozoan genus with branching growth form

<p>Bryozoan genus with branching growth form</p>
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Genus Rhombopora

Bryozoan genus with massive growth form

It existed from the Ordovician to Permian period

<p>Bryozoan genus with massive growth form</p><p>It existed from the Ordovician to Permian period</p>
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Phylum Hemichordata

Kingdom Animalia, graptolites

<p>Kingdom Animalia, graptolites</p>
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Order Dendroidea

benthic graptolites

<p>benthic graptolites</p>
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Genus Hexagonaria

a genus of colonial rugose coral. Fossils are found in rock formations dating to the Devonian period, about 350 million years ago

<p>a genus of colonial rugose coral. Fossils are found in rock formations dating to the Devonian period, about 350 million years ago</p>
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Order Scleractinia

-stony corals

-most abundant and important sessile cnidarians

-paleozoic corals were mostly solitary

-today: both solitary and colonial

-grow in tropical/semi-tropical conditions

<p>-stony corals</p><p>-most abundant and important sessile cnidarians</p><p>-paleozoic corals were mostly solitary</p><p>-today: both solitary and colonial</p><p>-grow in tropical/semi-tropical conditions</p>
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Genus Septastrea

Stony coral genus

<p>Stony coral genus</p>
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Phylum Arthropoda

Kingdom Animalia, jointed-legged animals

<p>Kingdom Animalia, jointed-legged animals</p>
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Subphylum Chelicerata

horseshoe crabs, spiders, scorpions

<p>horseshoe crabs, spiders, scorpions</p>
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Order Eurypterida

Extinct aquatic arthropods, eurypterids

<p>Extinct aquatic arthropods, eurypterids</p>
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Genus Eurypterus

Eurypterid genus lived during the Silurian period, from around 432 to 418 million years ago.

<p>Eurypterid genus lived during the Silurian period, from around 432 to 418 million years ago.</p>
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Class Insecta

Insects

<p>Insects</p>
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Class Trilobita

Trilobites, extinct arthropods

<p>Trilobites, extinct arthropods</p>
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Genus Cryptolithus

Polymerid trilobite genus

a genus of extinct trinucleid trilobites that lived during the Ordovician period. They were mostly blind. They are found in the United States, Canada, Venezuela, the United Kingdom, France, the Czech Republic, Morocco and Turkey

<p>Polymerid trilobite genus</p><p>a genus of extinct trinucleid trilobites that lived during the Ordovician period. They were mostly blind. They are found in the United States, Canada, Venezuela, the United Kingdom, France, the Czech Republic, Morocco and Turkey</p>
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Genus Elrathia

Polymerid trilobite genus

a genus of trilobite belonging to Ptychopariacea known from the mid-Cambrian of Laurentia.

<p>Polymerid trilobite genus</p><p>a genus of trilobite belonging to Ptychopariacea known from the mid-Cambrian of Laurentia.</p>
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Genus Isotelus

Polymerid trilobite genus

a genus of asaphid trilobites from the middle and upper Ordovician period, fairly common in the Northeastern United States, northwest Manitoba, southwestern Quebec and southeastern Ontario.

<p>Polymerid trilobite genus</p><p>a genus of asaphid trilobites from the middle and upper Ordovician period, fairly common in the Northeastern United States, northwest Manitoba, southwestern Quebec and southeastern Ontario.</p>
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Genus Eldredgeops

Polymerid trilobite genus

a genus of trilobites known from the late Middle and earliest Upper Devonian of Morocco and the USA

<p>Polymerid trilobite genus</p><p>a genus of trilobites known from the late Middle and earliest Upper Devonian of Morocco and the USA</p>
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Agnostids

Trilobite order, extinct

<p>Trilobite order, extinct</p>
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Phylum Brachiopoda

Kingdom Animalia, lamp shells

<p>Kingdom Animalia, lamp shells</p>
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Class Inarticulata

Brachiopods with no hinge

<p>Brachiopods with no hinge</p>
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Genus Lingula

Inarticulate brachiopod genus

<p>Inarticulate brachiopod genus</p>
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Genus Atrypa

Articulate brachiopod genus

a genus of brachiopod with shells round to short egg-shaped, covered with many fine radial ridges, that split further out and growth lines perpendicular to the costae and 2-3 times wider spaced

<p>Articulate brachiopod genus</p><p>a genus of brachiopod with shells round to short egg-shaped, covered with many fine radial ridges, that split further out and growth lines perpendicular to the costae and 2-3 times wider spaced</p>
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Genus Juresania

Articulate brachiopod genus

an extinct genus of brachiopod that existed from the Carboniferous to the Permian

<p>Articulate brachiopod genus</p><p>an extinct genus of brachiopod that existed from the Carboniferous to the Permian</p>
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Genus Leptaena

Articulate brachiopod genus

an extinct genus of mid-sized brachiopod that existed from the Dariwilian epoch to the Emsian epoch, though some specimens have been found in strata as late in age as the Tournasian epoch

<p>Articulate brachiopod genus</p><p>an extinct genus of mid-sized brachiopod that existed from the Dariwilian epoch to the Emsian epoch, though some specimens have been found in strata as late in age as the Tournasian epoch</p>
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Genus Platystrophia

Articulate brachiopod genus

an extinct genus of brachiopods that lived from the Ordovician to the Silurian in Asia, Europe, North America, and South America. It has a prominent sulcus and fold. It usually lived in marine lime mud and sands.

<p>Articulate brachiopod genus</p><p>an extinct genus of brachiopods that lived from the Ordovician to the Silurian in Asia, Europe, North America, and South America. It has a prominent sulcus and fold. It usually lived in marine lime mud and sands.</p>
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Phylum Mollusca

Kingdom Animalia, mollusks

<p>Kingdom Animalia, mollusks</p>
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Class Bivalvia

clams, oysters, mussels, scallops

<p>clams, oysters, mussels, scallops</p>
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Genus Gryphaea

a genus of extinct oysters which range from the Triassic period to the middle Paleogene period, but are mostly restricted to the Triassic and Jurassic.

<p> a genus of extinct oysters which range from the Triassic period to the middle Paleogene period, but are mostly restricted to the Triassic and Jurassic.</p>
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Genus Glycymeris

Bivalve genus of saltwater clams

<p>Bivalve genus of saltwater clams</p>
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Genus Astarte

Bivalve mollusk genus

<p>Bivalve mollusk genus</p>
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Genus Nucula

Bivalve genus of very small saltwater clams

<p>Bivalve genus of very small saltwater clams</p>
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Class Cephalopoda

squids, octopuses, nautiluses, cuttlefish

<p>squids, octopuses, nautiluses, cuttlefish</p>
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Order Goniatitida

Extinct cephalopods, goniatites

<p>Extinct cephalopods, goniatites</p>
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Order Ceratitida

Extinct cephalopods, ceratites

<p>Extinct cephalopods, ceratites</p>
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Genus Baculites

an extinct genus of heteromorph ammonite cephalopods with almost straight shells. The genus lived worldwide throughout most of the Late Cretaceous, and briefly survived the K-Pg mass extinction event

<p>an extinct genus of heteromorph ammonite cephalopods with almost straight shells. The genus lived worldwide throughout most of the Late Cretaceous, and briefly survived the K-Pg mass extinction event</p>
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Order Belemnitida

Extinct cephalopods, belemnites

<p>Extinct cephalopods, belemnites</p>
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Genus Belemnitella

a genus of belemnite from the Late Cretaceous of Europe and North America. -a squidlike animal, probably related to the ancestors of modern squids and cuttlefish.

<p>a genus of belemnite from the Late Cretaceous of Europe and North America. -a squidlike animal, probably related to the ancestors of modern squids and cuttlefish.</p>
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Order Nautilida

The Chambered Nautilus

<p>The Chambered Nautilus</p>
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Genus Conus

a genus of predatory sea snails, or cone snails, marine gastropod mollusk

<p>a genus of predatory sea snails, or cone snails, marine gastropod mollusk</p>
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Genus Cypraea

a genus of medium-sized to large sea snails or cowries, marine gastropod mollusks (Cowrie snail)

<p>a genus of medium-sized to large sea snails or cowries, marine gastropod mollusks (Cowrie snail)</p>
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Genus Platyceras

a genus of extinct Paleozoic sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks. This genus is known from the Silurian to the Middle Triassic periods and especially abundant in the Devonian and Carboniferous

<p>a genus of extinct Paleozoic sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks. This genus is known from the Silurian to the Middle Triassic periods and especially abundant in the Devonian and Carboniferous</p>
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Genus Turritella

a genus of medium-sized sea snails with an operculum, marine gastropod mollusks. They have tightly coiled shells, whose overall shape is basically that of an elongated cone

<p>a genus of medium-sized sea snails with an operculum, marine gastropod mollusks. They have tightly coiled shells, whose overall shape is basically that of an elongated cone</p>
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Genus Worthenia

a genus of fossil sea snails, an extinct marine gastropod genus found in the fossil record. This genus is primarily found in rocks formed during the Devonian to Triassic periods from the central areas of North America.

<p>a genus of fossil sea snails, an extinct marine gastropod genus found in the fossil record. This genus is primarily found in rocks formed during the Devonian to Triassic periods from the central areas of North America.</p>
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Phylum Echinodermata

Kingdom Animalia, echinoderms

<p>Kingdom Animalia, echinoderms</p>
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Class Asteroidea

starfish and sea stars

<p>starfish and sea stars</p>
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Class Blastoidea

Extinct echinoderms, blastoids

<p>Extinct echinoderms, blastoids</p>
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