Cruziana is interpreted as the feeding trace of trilobites and/or other arthropods such as aglaspids, limulids or phyllopods, whereas C.
Cruziana tenella is commonly described under Isopodichnus, which is a locomotion and feeding trace of phyllopod crustaceans in nonmarine environments (Pollard, 1985).
In arid regions, temporary water communities consist largely of crustacean orders collectively known as phyllopods. Some taxa that are commonly sampled in these temporary environments include Anostraca, Notostraca, Conchostraca, Cladocera, Ostracoda, Corixidae, Notonectidae, Dytiscidae, and Hydrophilidae (Hutchinson 1932; Rzoska 1961; Weir 1969; Williams 1985; Seaman et al.
Life history adaptations of phyllopods in response to predators, vegetation, and habitat duration in north-eastern Natal.
Effects of physio-chemical factors on the distribution and occurrence of some southeastern Wyoming phyllopods
. Ecology 48:472-477.
of some southern high plains saline lakes.
Effects of physical-chemical factors on the distribution and occurrence of some southeastern Wyoming phyllopods. Ecology, 48:472-477.
"Almost all phyllopod combinations were recorded in the prairie habitats, and frequently .
Physical and chemical characteristics and phyllopod fauna of temporary pools in north-eastern Natal, Republic of South Africa.
cancriformis and recently by GG with Lepidurus on wet, emerged and varied substrates (plaster, clay, sand) showed that these Phyllopods
were unable to move out of water.