Cromus is a genus of phacopid trilobites in the family Encrinuridae, that existed during the upper Silurian in what is now the Czech Republic. The genus was described by Barrande in 1852, and the type species is C. intercostatus. It also contains the species C. canorus.

Cromus
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Cromus

Barrande, 1852
Species
  • C. intercostatus
  • C. canorus

The type specimen was described from the Kopanina Formation.[1]

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  1. ^ Available Generic Names for Trilobites P.A. Jell and J.M. Adrain.

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