Name Louisella
Class Archaeopriapulida
Phylum Stem-Group Priapulida

Louisella is a genus of priapulid worm known from the Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale. It was originally described by Charles Walcott in 1911 as a holothurian enchinoderm, and represents a senior synonym of Miskoia, which was originally described as an annelid. 48 specimens of Louisella are known from the Greater Phyllopod bed, where they comprise < 0.1% of the community.

There much longer than Ottoia and other Priapulids from the Cambrian.

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