|Period||Middle Cambrian 505 million years ago|
|Diet||Herbivore and Deposit FeederTemplate:Ref|
Pagetia is a genus of trilobites known from the Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale. 1022 specimens of Pagetia are known from the Greater Phyllopod bed, where they comprise 1.94% of the community. Its remains are sometimes found in the otherwise-empty tubes of the polychaete worm Selkirkia. Its major characteristics are a small size of less than one centimeter, eyes, two thoracic segments, an annulated pygidium, and a terminal axial spine.