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meaning: "Large spider"
Named By: Mario A. Hunicken in 1980
Time Period: Gzhelian~306.9-298.9 Ma
Location: South America, Argentina
Size: Reconstructed as a eurypterid, length estimated to be about 54 centimetres long
Diet: unavailable
Fossil(s): Two specimens of partial remains
Classification: | Arthropoda | Merostomata | Eurypterida | Hibbertopteroidea | Mycteroptidae |

Megarachne is an extinct genus of eurypterids, found in Late Carboniferous (Pennsylvanian Gzhelian)-aged freshwater strata in San Luis, Argentina. The type species of the genus is M. servinei.

Read more about Megarachne at Wikipedia
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