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Podocopida

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Podocopida

Podocopida
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Crustacea
Class: Ostracoda
Subclass: Podocopa
Order: Podocopida
Sars, 1866
Suborders

The Podocopida are an order of ostracods in the subclass Podocopa. It is divided into five suborders – Bairdiocopina, Cypridocopina, Cytherocopina, Darwinulocopina, and Sigilliocopina.[1] It is the most diverse of the four orders of ostracods, and also has a rich fossil record.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ Simone Brandao (2010). "Podocopida".  
  2. ^ Akira Tsukagoshi & Andrew R. Parker (2000). David J. Horne & Koen Martens, ed. "Evolutionary Biology and Ecology of Ostracoda".  


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