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Nevadia Nevadia sp.,  a trilobite of the genus Nevadia © Sam Gon III Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Trilobita Order: Redlichiida Suborder: Olenellina Superfamily: Fallotaspidoidea Family: Nevadiidae Genus: Nevadia Walcott, 1910 Species Nevadia weeksi Walcott, 1910 (Type) Nevadia addyensis Okulitch, 1951 Nevadia bacculenta (Fritz, 1972) Nevadia faceta (Fritz, 1972) Nevadia fritzi Lieberman, 2001 Nevadia gracile (Walcott, 1910) Nevadia mountjoyi Fritz, 1992 Nevadia ovalis McMenamin, 1987 Nevadia parvoconica Fritz, 1992 Nevadia is a genus of trilobites of the family Nevadiidae. References Hagadorn, J.W. (2002). "Burgess Shale-type Localities: The global picture". In Bottjer, D.J., W. Etter, J.W. Hagadorn & C.M. Tang, eds. Exceptional Fossil Preservation -- A Unique View on the Evolution of Marine Life. Columbia University Press. ISBN 0231102542.  Greg Edgecombe and the Australian Museum. "Australian Trilobites: A Species List and Bibliography". http://www.austmus.gov.au/palaeontology/research/trilobites03.htm?. Retrieved August 23, 2005.  Sam Gon III. "A guide to the Orders of Trilobites". http://www.trilobites.info/index.htm. Retrieved August 23, 2005.  Nedin, C. (1995). "The Emu Bay Shale, a Lower Cambrian fossil Lagerstätte, Kangaroo Island, South Australia". Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists 18: 31-40.  Simpson, Dave. "Trilobites of South Australia". http://info.esc.net.au/~dasimpson/index.htm. Retrieved August 23, 2005.  This Trilobite-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e