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meaning: "From Banff"
Named By: Charles Walcott in 1911
Time Period: Middle Cambrian
Location: Canada, Alberta - Burgess Shale
Size: Up to 10 centimetres long
Diet: Uncertain, but possibly a filter or deposit feeder
Fossil(s): Hundreds of individuals preserved flat upon shale
Classification: | Deuterostomia | Vetulicolia |

Banffia is a genus of animals described from Middle Cambrian fossils. The genus commemorates Banff, Alberta, near where the first fossil specimens were discovered. Its placement in higher taxa is controversial.

Read more about Banffia at Wikipedia
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