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Subphylum Arthropoda Class Malacostraca Subclass Phyllocarida Number of families 3

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Small crustaceans with a laterally flattened carapace enclosing the bases of the thoracopods (legs), a hinged rostrum covering stalked eyes, and a tapering abdomen ending in a forked tail

Illustration: Levinebelia maria. (Illustration by Dan Erickson)

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