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Named By: Gagnier, Blieck & Rodrigo in 1986
Time Period: Dapingian-Sandbian, 470-455 Ma
Location: Australia, South America, Middle East
Size: Unavailable
Diet: Filter feeder
Fossil(s): Many individuals
Classification: | Chordata | Pteraspida | Arandaspidiformes | Arandaspididae |

Sacabambaspis is an extinct genus of jawless fish that lived in the Ordovician period. Sacabambaspis lived in shallow waters on the continental margins of Gondwana. It is the best known arandaspid with many specimens. It is related to Arandaspis.

Read more about Sacabambaspis at Wikipedia
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