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The name, meaning "cleft-footed," applies to the appendages of the thorax, which are once-branched (biramous).
The sixth segment of the abdomen has a pair of biramous appendages, which, with the telson, form a swimming-fan.
There are always six pairs; each biramous and multiarticulated, supported on a pedicel formed of two segments.
At the end of the last thoracic segment, there is a minute abdomen, bearing three pairs of biramous cirri.
There are four pairs of biramous cephalic appendages, which differ only very slightly from the appendages of the thorax.The Appendages, Anatomy, and Relationships of Trilobites|Percy Edward Raymond