Air Breathing in an Exceptionally Preserved 340-Million-Year-Old Sea Scorpion

@article{Lamsdell2020AirBI,
  title={Air Breathing in an Exceptionally Preserved 340-Million-Year-Old Sea Scorpion},
  author={J. Lamsdell and V. McCoy and Opal Perron-Feller and M. Hopkins},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2020},
  volume={30},
  pages={4316-4321.e2}
}
Arachnids are the second most successful terrestrial animal group after insects [1] and were one of the first arthropod clades to successfully invade land [2]. Fossil evidence for this transition is limited, with the majority of arachnid clades first appearing in the terrestrial fossil record. Furthermore, molecular clock dating has suggested a Cambrian-Ordovician terrestrialization event for arachnids [3], some 60 Ma before their first fossils in the Silurian, although these estimates assume… Expand

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