PREVIOUS WORK ON CRUSTACEANS FROM WINTERSWIJK
Oosterink (1978) assigned one specimen, found in the first quarry of the complex, to either Litogaster von Meyer 1847, Pseudoglyphea Oppel 1861, or Pseudopemphix Wüst 1903. Later on,
Oosterink (1979) ascribed the same specimen to Clytiopsis sp. In the same article he mentioned Pseudoglyphea cf. spinosa.
Oosterink (1986) mentioned that even more specimens of Clytiopsis sp. were found (about five, Oosterink, personal commun., 2008). Since the 1980s more specimens have been found. Other known arthropods from Winterswijk include a limulid (Hauschke et al. 2009) and the cycloid Halicyne cf. agnota (Oosterink 1986).