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LONG EXPECTED SPONGES FROM THE NEOPROTEROZOIC EDIACARA FAUNA OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA
ABsTRAC--New fossils from the Neoproterozoic Ediacara fauna of South Australia are interpreted as the oldest known hexactinellid sponges. They occur within the Ediacara Member of the RawnsleyExpand
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TAPHONOMIC CONTROLS ON EDIACARAN DIVERSITY: UNCOVERING THE HOLDFAST ORIGIN OF MORPHOLOGICALLY VARIABLE ENIGMATIC STRUCTURES
Abstract Earth's earliest known metazoan ecosystems are represented by a handful of globally distributed fossil assemblages, collectively referred to as the Ediacara Biota. Although a number of theseExpand
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A cnidarian of actinian-grade from the Ediacaran Pound Subgroup, South Australia
Inaria karli gen. et sp. nov., a moderate sized lobate fossil from the Late Precambrian Ediacara assemblage, occurs in a number of modes of preservation involving composite moulding of a compressed,Expand
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Lowermost Cambrian Ichnofabrics from the Chapel Island Formation, Newfoundland: Implications for Cambrian Substrates
Abstract Bioturbation long has been ‘blamed’ for eliminating late Proterozoic-style sedimentary structures and fabrics. While the presence of diverse and complex burrows in lowermost Cambrian strataExpand
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Earliest known echinoderm — a new Ediacaran fossil from the Pound Subgroup of South Australia
Arkarua adami gen. et sp. nov., a small disc-like animal with a pentameral arrangement of grooves on its oral surface, is preserved as an external mould on the base of sandstone beds within theExpand
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Taphonomy and morphology of the Ediacara form genus Aspidella
Abstract Aspidella, the disk-like Ediacaran form genus, is a common and globally distributed member of the Ediacara Biota. In South Australia, it occurs prolifically (n > 1000) in locally denseExpand
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The Ediacara member of the Rawnsley quartzite: The context of the Ediacara assemblage (late precambrian, flinders ranges)
Abstract The Ediacara fossil assemblage occurs widely in the Flinders Ranges, South Australia, in a single, readily mappable stratigraphic interval—the Ediacara Member of the Rawnsley Quartzite,Expand
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An early Cambrian chelicerate from the Emu Bay Shale, South Australia
The Emu Bay Shale Lagerstatte (Cambrian Series 2, Stage 4) occurs on the north coast of Kangaroo Island, South Australia. Over 50 species are known from here, including trilobites andExpand
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MICROBIAL MAT SANDWICHES AND OTHER ANACTUALISTIC SEDIMENTARY FEATURES OF THE EDIACARA MEMBER (RAWNSLEY QUARTZITE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA): IMPLICATIONS FOR INTERPRETATION OF THE EDIACARAN SEDIMENTARY RECORD
Abstract: The Ediacara Member of the Rawnsley Quartzite of South Australia hosts some of the most ecologically and taxonomically diverse fossil assemblages of the eponymous Ediacara Biota—Earth'sExpand
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