Odontopleuridae is a family of odontopleurid trilobites found in marine strata throughout the world. Odontopleurids of Odontopleuridae first appear in Late Cambrian-aged marine strata, and the last genera perish by the end of the Frasnian epoch during the Late Devonian. The members of Odontopleuridae are famous for their spinose appearance, having long, often numerous spines along the edges of their exoskeletons, and derived from ends of segments or tubercle ornaments.

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  • Odontopleuridae (лат.) — семейство трилобитов из отряда Lichida. Палеозойская группа: ископаемые остатки найдены в отложениях кембрийского, ордовикского, силурийского и девонского периодах. (ru)
  • Odontopleuridae is a family of odontopleurid trilobites found in marine strata throughout the world. Odontopleurids of Odontopleuridae first appear in Late Cambrian-aged marine strata, and the last genera perish by the end of the Frasnian epoch during the Late Devonian. The members of Odontopleuridae are famous for their spinose appearance, having long, often numerous spines along the edges of their exoskeletons, and derived from ends of segments or tubercle ornaments. (en)
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  • Odontopleuridae
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  • Radiaspis sp.
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  • Whittington, 1959
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  • Odontopleuridae (лат.) — семейство трилобитов из отряда Lichida. Палеозойская группа: ископаемые остатки найдены в отложениях кембрийского, ордовикского, силурийского и девонского периодах. (ru)
  • Odontopleuridae is a family of odontopleurid trilobites found in marine strata throughout the world. Odontopleurids of Odontopleuridae first appear in Late Cambrian-aged marine strata, and the last genera perish by the end of the Frasnian epoch during the Late Devonian. The members of Odontopleuridae are famous for their spinose appearance, having long, often numerous spines along the edges of their exoskeletons, and derived from ends of segments or tubercle ornaments. (en)
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  • Odontopleuridae (ru)
  • Odontopleuridae (en)
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