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Agerina acutilimbata

Trilobita - Corynexochida - Leiostegiidae

Taxonomy
Agerina acutilimbata was named by Ghobadi Pour et al. (2011). Its type specimen is NMW 2005.32G.135 (articulated exoskeleton, external mould) and is a 3D body fossil. Its type locality is 203a. Karugach Section. East side of Ayaguz River, about 7 km north of Akchii, which is in a Katian carbonate sandstone/siltstone in the Karagach Formation of Kazakhstan.

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Synonymy list
YearName and author
2011Agerina acutilimbata Ghobadi Pour et al. pp. 165 - 166 fig. 5a–c

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RankNameAuthor
kingdomAnimalia()
Bilateria
EubilateriaAx 1987
Protostomia
Ecdysozoa
Panarthropoda
phylumArthropodaLatreille 1829
RankNameAuthor
subphylumMandibulata
classTrilobitaWalch 1771
orderCorynexochidaKobayashi 1935
familyLeiostegiidaeBradley 1925
genusAgerinaTjernvik 1956
speciesacutilimbata

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Diagnosis
ReferenceDiagnosis
M. Ghobadi Pour et al. 2011Cephalon semioval, about 80% as long as wide; elongate, parallel axial furrows with evenly rounded anterior margin confined to the anterior border furrow; three pairs of very weakly defined glabellar furrows; occipital ring transverse with a small median tubercle; convex cephalic border of equal width with short median spine; medially (exsag.) situated palpebral lobes about 25% of cephalic length; eight thoracic segments, and pygidium with conical axis about 35% of maximum pygidial width, four axial rings and very short terminal piece; pleural fields with three to four pairs of ribs; border narrow, fading posteriorly abaxially.