Small Mortality Plate of Acadoparadoxides briareus (Paradoxides) Trilobites | Morocco
Small Mortality Plate of Acadoparadoxides briareus (Paradoxides) Trilobites | Sidi Abdallah ben el Hadj, Morocco
~510-501 million years, Middle Cambrian
Trilobite Order Redlichiida, Family Paradoxididae
Trilobites size range approx. 12"- 14" front to back
Matrix size approx. 33.5" x 30"
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An extinct genus of redlichiid trilobite, Acadoparadoxides belong to the family Paradoxididae. They were fast moving, adjunct epifaunal carnivores with well-developed vision and spines that lived during the Middle Cambrian.
Trilobites are a group of extinct marine artiopodan arthropods that form the class Trilobita. Trilobites form one of the earliest-known groups of arthropods.
The trilobite body was segmented and divided into three regions from head to tail: the cephalon, or head region, separated from the thorax, which was followed in turn by the pygidium, or tail region. Trilobites, like other arthropods, had an external skeleton, called exoskeleton, composed of chitinous material.