|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.