Crustacea with preserved soft parts from the Upper Cambrian of Sweden

@inproceedings{Mller1983CrustaceaWP,
  title={Crustacea with preserved soft parts from the Upper Cambrian of Sweden},
  author={Klaus J. M{\"u}ller},
  year={1983}
}
Six monotypic new genera of small crustaceans with phosphatised integument are described from Upper Cambrian, mainly bituminous limestone of southern Sweden. These are Dala peilertae, Bredocaris admirabilis, Walossekia quinquespinosa, Rehbachiella kinnekullensis, Skara anulata and Oelandocaris oelandica. The well-preserved details reveal a nauplius-like organisation of the head region. At least in Bredocaris, Walossekia, and Rehbachiella the head tagma has only three to four specialised pairs… CONTINUE READING

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