from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A family of trilobites, typified by the genus Paradoxides, characteristic of the Upper Cambrian, of large size, with well-developed cephalic shield of crescentic figure with produced genal angles, from twelve to twenty thoracic somites, and reduced pygidium. Also Paradoxidæ.
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