Calymene
Calymene Ca*lym"e*ne, n. [Gr. (?) concealed, p. p. of ? to conceal.] (Zo["o]l.) A genus of trilobites characteristic of the Silurian age. [1913 Webster]

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  • calymene — ca·lym·e·ne …   English syllables

  • calymene — kəˈlimə(ˌ)nē noun Usage: capitalized Etymology: New Latin, modification of Greek kekalymmenē, feminine of kekalymmenos, perfect passive participle of kalyptein to cover, conceal more at hell : a genus of trilobites of the Ordovician, Silurian,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Calymene blumenbachi — Dudley Bug redirects here. For the vintage car, see Dudly Bug. Calymene blumenbachi Calymene blumenbachii, on display at the Natural History Museum, London …   Wikipedia

  • Calymene niagarensis — Taxobox name = Calymene niagarensis fossil range = Middle Silurian image width = 240px image caption = regnum = Animalia phylum = Arthropoda classis = Trilobita ordo = Phacopida subordo = Calymenina familia = Calymenidae genus = Calymene species …   Wikipedia

  • Diacalymene — Temporal range: Ordovician–Silurian …   Wikipedia

  • Facial suture (trilobite anatomy) — Facial sutures are sutures in the cephalon (head) of most trilobites, along which the exoskeleton splits during molting. Contents 1 Description 1.1 Dorsal sutures …   Wikipedia

  • Trilobite — ] Highly complex compound eyes are another obvious feature of the cephalon (see below). Figure 3 shows gross morphology of the cephalon. The cheeks (genae) are the pleural lobes on each side of the axial feature, the glabella. When trilobites… …   Wikipedia

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