Anaspida

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Anaspida

[ə′nas·pə·də]
(paleontology)
An order of extinct fresh- or brackish-water vertebrates in the class Agnatha.
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birkeniid anaspids, acanthodians Nostolepis striata Pander, Gomphonchus sandelensis (Pander), and Gomphonchus hoppei (Gross), and a taxon that has similarities with Thelodus parvidens Agassiz.
Bolau excavated in Himmiste between 1942 and 1944, thus later than the main material of osteostracans, an anaspid and Phlebolepis elegans were collected.