Funcusvermis gilmorei is a species of fossil worm from the Middle Cambrian period. It is known from a single specimen found in the Burgess Shale of British Columbia, Canada. It is characterized by its segmented body, lateral bristles, and a prominent digestive tract. The species was named after Canadian paleontologist Earl R. Gilmore. The discovery of Funcusvermis gilmorei expands our understanding of early animal evolution and the diversity of Cambrian fauna.