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Named By: P.inY. Gagnier, G. F. Hanke & M. V. H. Wilson in 1999
Time Period: Lochkovian
Location: Canada
Size: About 4 centimetres long
Diet: Carnivore
Fossil(s): Several specimens preserved complete upon slabs
Classification: | Chordata | Acanthodii | Diplacanthida | Tetanopsyridae |

Tetanopsyrus is a genus of Acanthodii. There are two species of this genus that lived through the lower Devonian (Lochkovian), some 416 to 359 million years ago.

Read more about Tetanopsyrus at Wikipedia
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