The genus Enoploclytia in the Cretaceous rocks of Queensland
Comparatively few Crustacean remains have, so far, been found in the Cretaceous of Queensland, or for the matter of that throughout Australia generally. A short note by myself, published in 1892 gives details of all that was known up to that date. Emphasis is there laid on the occurrence of both the Macrura and Brachyura.
The Trustees have, from time to time received from Mr. W. H. Blomfield collections of Queensland Cretaceous fossils collected by him. In a series received some time ago occurred a specimen of great interest being the greater portion of a Macruran carapace apparently referable to Enoploclytia, McCoy....