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Cambrian life by taxon
- The Cambrian explosion or Cambrian radiation was an event approximately 541 million years ago in the Cambrian period when most major animal phyla appeared
- Form taxon can more casually be used to describe a wastebasket taxon either a taxon that is not a natural monophyletic group but united by shared
- arthropod from the early Cambrian The taxon is only known from the Maotianshan Shales of China, from which it was described by Hou et al. 1989 based
- Cambrian Trilobite Dikelocephalus PDF Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology. 79: 89. doi: 10.5479 si.00810266.79.1. Retrieved 2014 - 03 - 07. Life s
- intense debate among paleontologists about the evolution in the Early Cambrian period of the super - phylum Lophotrochozoa, which is thought to include
- Ceratophyton is a genus of Cambrian acritarch, around 100 200 µm in length, produced by a eukaryotic metazoan? organism. Ceratophyton has been interpreted
- developed near the end of the Early Cambrian period and thrived during the Middle Cambrian They are present in the Lower Cambrian fossil record along with trilobites
- gets eroded out of its Cambrian - aged limestone matrix, and reworked into Miocene - aged siltstone. A living fossil is an extant taxon that appears to have
- Guy M. Nowlan, Godfrey S. Xiao, Shuhai James, Noel P. 2006 Early Cambrian Metazoan eggs, embryos, and phosphatic microfossils from northwestern Canada
- reflects major ecological events such as the appearance of predation and the Cambrian explosion. Acritarchs were originally defined as non - acid soluble i.e
- ages trilobites, for example, are particularly useful for sediments of Cambrian age. To work well, the fossils used must be widespread geographically
- is a taxon of extinct, sessile, reef - building marine organisms of warm tropical and subtropical waters that lived during the early lower Cambrian Period
- 602 613. doi: 10.1002 bies 201100001. PMID 21681989. Conway Morris, S. 1976 Nectocaris pteryx, a new organism from the Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale of
- date to the Fortunian age of the Cambrian and are among the oldest known bilaterians. The enigmatic Cambrian taxon Amiskwia is a gnathiferan and may
- Martin Kristensen, Reinhardt Mobjerg 9 August 2013 Life Cycle and Morphology of a Cambrian Stem - Lineage Loriciferan PLoS ONE. 8 8 e73583. Bibcode: 2013PLoSO
- Protosagitta spinosa Hu and the Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale of British Columbia Oesia disjuncta Walcott a view challenged by Conway Morris 2009 A more recent
- sometimes complete, articulated fossils are known from early Cambrian and middle Cambrian fossil deposits across the globe. The living animal would have
- meter. Together with Echiura and Sipuncula, they were once placed in the taxon Gephyrea, but consistent morphological and molecular evidence supports their
- Middle Cambrian of the Kootenay National Park, Canada. It belongs to the great appendage arthropods Kootenichela appears to be the sister taxon of Worthenella
- the Lower Cambrian to the late Silurian they are mainly found as disarticulated sclerites, but are also preserved in many of the Cambrian lagerstatten
- gastropods. Discussion about monoplacophorans is made difficult by the slippery definition of the taxon some authors take it to refer to all non - gastropod molluscs
- paraconodonts or, possibly, Chaetognaths, found at the beginning of the Cambrian explosion. Protoconodonts are an extinct taxonomic group of conodonts.
- encapsulating a range of ornamented conical small shelly fossils of the Cambrian period. It is potentially synonymous with Rushtonites, Tubuterium and certain
- 850 650 Ma of the Upper Riphean to 501 million years ago, well into the Cambrian Period. Ediacaria consists of concentric rough circles, radial lines between
- Hallucigenia is a genus of Cambrian xenusiids known from articulated fossils in Burgess Shale - type deposits in Canada and China, and from isolated spines
- Mickwitziids are a Cambrian group of shelly fossils with originally phosphatic valves, belonging to the Brachiopod stem group, and exemplified by the genus Mickwitzia
- Christian B. Skovsted John S. Peel 2011 Hyolithellus in life position from the Lower Cambrian of North Greenland Journal of Paleontology. 85 1 37 47
- organism, and as such, is the end of its life Extinction is the term describing the dying out of a group or taxon usually a species. Fossils are the preserved
- In the Cambrian their global distribution shows no sign of provinciality, suggesting a long - lived planktonic larval life stage reflected by their protoconchs
- before the Cambrian Science. 305 5681 218 222. Bibcode: 2004Sci...305..218C. doi: 10.1126 science.1099213. PMID 15178752. Bilateria. Tree of Life web project