First record of Cyanobacteria in Cambrian Orsten deposits of Sweden

@article{Castellani2018FirstRO,
  title={First record of Cyanobacteria in Cambrian Orsten deposits of Sweden},
  author={Christopher Castellani and Andreas Maas and Mats E. Eriksson and Joachim T. Haug and Carolin Haug and Dieter Waloszek},
  journal={Palaeontology},
  year={2018},
  volume={61}
}
The Swedish Cambrian ‘Orsten’‐type fossil sites have yielded diverse secondarily phosphatized three‐dimensionally preserved microfossils, mainly of arthropod affinities. Similar material has also been recorded from Canada, the UK, Poland, Siberia, China and Australia. Only one other non‐arthropod group, the Cycloneuralia, is commonly reported from any of these sites, leading to the general assumption that ‘Orsten’‐type preservation is largely restricted to animals with a chitin‐containing… 
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