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genus

Hydrocephalus Barrande, 1846

kingdom Animalia - animals »  phylum Arthropoda - arthropods »  class Trilobita - trilobites »  order Redlichiida »  family Paradoxididae

Scientific synonyms

Phlysacium Hawle & Corda, 1847

Type taxon:Hydrocephalus carens Barrande, 1846
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Included taxa

Number of records: 5

species Hydrocephalus carens Barrande, 1846

Hydrocephalus carens

species Hydrocephalus mandiki Kordule, 1990
species Hydrocephalus minor (Boeck, 1827)

Hydrocephalus minor

species Hydrocephalus spinulosus Rushton, Weidner & Ebbestad, 2016
species Hydrocephalus vikensis Rushton & Weidner, 2007

Links and literature

EN Fossilworks - Paleobiology Database [19388]

Fossilworks - Paleobiology Database [http://fossilworks.org/] [as Hydrocephalus Barrande, 1846]
Data retrieved on: 13 December 2015
EN Jell, P.A. & Adrain, J.M. (2002): Available generic names for trilobites, Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 48(2): 331-553. Brisbane. ISSN0079-8835. [as Hydrocephalus BARRANDE, 1846]
Data retrieved on: 11 October 2011
EN Jell, P.A. & Adrain, J.M. (2002): Available generic names for trilobites, Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 48(2): 331-553. Brisbane. ISSN0079-8835. [as Phlysacium HAWLE & CORDA, 1847]
Data retrieved on: 11 October 2011
EN Vaněk J., Valíček J. (2001): New index of the genera, subgenera and species of Barrandian trilobites. Part A-B (Cambrian and Ordovician) ver. 2013/09, Paleontologia Bohemiae vol. VII, Praha [as Hydrocephalus Barrande, 1846]
Data retrieved on: 24 September 2013
EN Rushton A.W.A., Weidner T. & Ebbestad J.O.R. (2016): Paradoxidid trilobites from a mid-Cambrian (Series 3, stage 5) limestone concretion from Jämtland, central Sweden, Bulletin of Geosciences 91(3), 515–552 [as Hydrocephalus Barrande, 1846]

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Explanations

extinct taxon