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The Kaili Biota - Marine Organisms from 508 Million Years Ago
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The Kaili Biota - Marine Organisms from 508 Million Years Ago
凯里生物群——5.08亿年前的海洋生物
Language:  Chinese with English summary
Author:  Zhao Yuanlong, Zhu Maoyan Loren E.Babeock Peng Jin
Pub. Date:  2011-01 Weight:   kg ISBN:  9787806628980
Format:  Soft Cover Pages:  251 pages
Subject:  Paleontology > General
Series:   Size:  195x280mm
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The biota contains more than 150 metazoan genera (Robison, 1991; Briggs et al., 1994; Caron and Jackson, 2008), with a preservational range from hard skeletal parts, through nonbiomineralized and lightly biomineralized skeletal remains to internal and external soft tissues. In the century following Walcott’s discovery of fossils of nonbiomineralizing organisms in the Burgess Shale, more than 40 sites yielding fossils preserved under similar conditions of exceptional preservation have been found globally in Cambrian strata (Conway Morris, 1985; Babcock et al., 2001). Such deposits range in stratigraphic position from the Cambrian Stage 2 (Terreneuvian Series) Through the Paibian Stage (Furongian Series) although the greatest concentration of deposits ranges from the Stage 3 through the Drumian Stage (Conway Morris and Peel, 1995; Conway Morris, 1998; Zhao etal., 1999d; Zhu et al., 2006)….






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