|Named By:||Charles Doolittle Walcott in 1912|
|Time Period:||Mid Cambrian|
|Location:||Canada. China. USA|
|Size:||Complete specimens commonly about 20 centimetres long, but isolated parts attributed to the genus suggest an upper size of at least 50 centimetres long|
|Diet:||Uncertain, but fed upon other organisms, refer to main text|
|Fossil(s):||Hundreds of specimens are known, this genus is one of the best represented of all the anomalocaridids|
|Classification:||| Arthropoda | Dinocaridida | Radiodonta | Anomalocarida | Hurdiidae ||
Hurdia victoria is an extinct species of anomalocaridid that lived 505 million years ago during the Cambrian Period. It is part of the ancestral lineage that led to arthropods and is related to Anomalocaris.