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The eurypterids (sea scorpions) include the largest known arthropod that ever lived (with the possible exception of Arthropleuridae). They are members of the extinct class Eurypterida (Arachnomorpha, Chelicerata) and predate the earliest fishes. The largest, such as Jaekelopterus, reached 2 metres (6 ft 7 in) or more in length, but most species were less than 20 centimetres (8 in). They were formidable predators that thrived in warm shallow water in the Cambrian to Permian from 510 to 248 million years ago. Although called "sea scorpions", only the earliest ones were marine (most lived in brackish or freshwater), and they were not scorpions. The move from the sea to fresh water probably occurred by the Pennsylvanian period.
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Balteurypterus tetragonopthalmus

Balteurypterus tetragonopthalmus

Eurypterus with paddle from Ukraine
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Eurypterus 10

Eurypterus 10

Balteurypterus sea scorpion from the Silurian, Ukraine
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Sea scorpion Eurypterus remipes

Sea scorpion Eurypterus remipes

Sea scorpion Eurypterus remipes from Fiddlers Green Formation, USA
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Balteurypterus 12

Balteurypterus 12

Balteurypterus tetragonopthalmus Eurypterus with paddle from Ukraine
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