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Neoproterozoic to Early Cambrian small shelly fossil assemblages and a revised biostratigraphic correlation of the Yangtze Platform (China)
Abstract Small shelly fossils (SSFs) occur widely on the Yangtze Platform and have great potential for biostratigraphic subdivision of pre-trilobitic Early Cambrian strata. Based on the SSF record ofExpand
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MACROSCOPIC CARBONACEOUS COMPRESSIONS IN A TERMINAL PROTEROZOIC SHALE: A SYSTEMATIC REASSESSMENT OF THE MIAOHE BIOTA, SOUTH CHINA
Abstract Carbonaceous compression fossils in shales of the uppermost Doushantuo Formation (ca. 555–590 Ma) at Miaohe in the Yangtze Gorges area provide a rare Burgess-Shale-type taphonomic window onExpand
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Chronology of early Cambrian biomineralization
Abstract Data on the first appearances of major animal groups with mineralized skeletons on the Siberian Platform and worldwide are revised and summarized herein with references to an improved carbonExpand
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Lower Cambrian Small Shelly Fossils of northern Sichuan and southern Shaanxi (China), and their biostratigraphic importance
Extensive information has been acquired on the occurrence of Lower Cambrian Small Shelly Fossils (SSF) in the shallow water sediments of the western fringe of the Yangtze Platform (eastern Yunnan andExpand
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Submarine-hydrothermal exhalative ore layers in black shales from South China and associated fossils — insights into a Lower Cambrian facies and bio-evolution
Abstract Early Cambrian (Tommotian) black shales in South China contain submarine-hydrothermal exhalative sulfide ore layers within an arc-parallel linear belt extending more than 1600 km. EvidenceExpand
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Early Cambrian metazoan fossil record of South China: Generic diversity and radiation patterns
Abstract South China with its rich fossil record is an important region for studying Early Cambrian metazoan diversity patterns. Compilation of a database of metazoan genera from the traditionalExpand
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Lower Cambrian Burgess Shale-type fossil associations of South China
Abstract Burgess Shale-type preservation has been reported from numerous Qiongzhusian and Canglangpuian sections of southern China during the last few decades. The Early Cambrian Chengjiang-typeExpand
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NEW WELL-PRESERVED SCLERITOMES OF CHANCELLORIDAE FROM THE EARLY CAMBRIAN YUANSHAN FORMATION (CHENGJIANG, CHINA) AND THE MIDDLE CAMBRIAN WHEELER SHALE (UTAH, USA) AND PALEOBIOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS
Abstract From the early Cambrian of Yunnan, China, new chancellorid scleritomes assigned to Allonnia junyuani new species are described and compared with scleritomes of Chancelloria eros Walcott,Expand
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An armoured Cambrian lobopodian from China with arthropod-like appendages
Cambrian fossil Lagerstätten preserving soft-bodied organisms have contributed much towards our understanding of metazoan origins. Lobopodians are a particularly interesting group that diversifiedExpand
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