Anisopyge perannulata Shumard 1858 (trilobite)

Trilobita - Proetida - Phillipsiidae

Alternative combination: Phillipsia perannulata

Full reference: B. F. Shumard. 1858. Notice of new fossils from the Permian strata of New Mexico and Texas, collected by Dr. George G. Shumard, geologist of the United States Government expedition for obtaining water by means of artesian wells along the 32nd parallel, under the direction of Capt John Pope, US Corps Topographic Engineers. Transactions of the Academy of Science of St. Louis 1:290-297

Belongs to Anisopyge according to F. Sour-Tovar et al. 2016

See also Brezinski 1992, Girty 1909, Shumard 1858 and Shumard 1859

Sister taxa: Anisopyge cooperi, Anisopyge hyperbola, Anisopyge inornata

Ecology: fast-moving low-level epifaunal deposit feeder


• Permian of Mexico (1 collection), United States (29: New Mexico, Texas), Venezuela (1)

Total: 31 collections each including a single occurrence

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