|Named By:||D. J. Scourfield in 1937|
|Fossil(s):||Individuals preserved flat on rock slabs|
|Classification:||| Arthropoda | Crustacea | Thylacocephala | Concavicarida ||
Ainiktozoon loganense is an enigmatic fossil organism from the Silurian of Scotland. Originally described as an early chordate, recent studies suggest that it was in fact an arthropod, more precisely a thylacocephalid crustacean.
A. loganense is known from a number of specimens from Silurian rocks (Ludlow series) at Lesmahagow in Scotland.