from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In Beecher's classification of the trilobites, an order characterized by the cheeks forming a continuous marginal plate in the cephalon and by the absence of compound eyes. It is regarded as the primitive order of the group, and is represented by such genera as Agnostus and Trinucleus.


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