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The presumed decapod, Palaeopemphix Gemmellaro, 1890, is a unique member of the Phyllocarida (Palaeopemphicida: Palaeopemphidae)
Feldmann, R.M.; Garassino, A.A.; Schweitzer, C.E. (2004). The presumed decapod, Palaeopemphix Gemmellaro, 1890, is a unique member of the Phyllocarida (Palaeopemphicida: Palaeopemphidae). J. Paleontol. 78(2): 340-348

www.jstor.org/stable/4094880
In: Journal of Paleontology. The Paleontological Society: Tulsa, Okla.. ISSN 0022-3360, more
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Keywords
    Taxonomy; Palaeopemphix Gemmellaro, 1890 † [WoRMS]; Phyllocarida [WoRMS]; Marine
Author keywords
    Palaeopemphix

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  • Feldmann, R.M.
  • Garassino, A.A.
  • Schweitzer, C.E.

Abstract
    Reevaluation of 21 specimens of Permian crustaceans from near Palermo, Italy, referred to Palaeopemphix Gemmellaro, 1890, has resulted in transfer of the genus from the decapod Crustacea to a new suborder, the Palaeopemphida, and a new superfamily, Palaeopemphidae, of the archaeostracan Phyllocarida.

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