Is Haootia quadriformis related to extant Staurozoa (Cnidaria)? Evidence from the muscular system reconsidered.

@article{Miranda2015IsHQ,
  title={Is Haootia quadriformis related to extant Staurozoa (Cnidaria)? Evidence from the muscular system reconsidered.},
  author={Luc{\'i}lia Souza Miranda and Allen G Collins and Antonio Carlos Marques},
  journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  year={2015},
  volume={282 1803},
  pages={
          20142396
        }
}
Haootia quadriformis was described from the lower Fermeuse Formation of the Bonavista Peninsula of Newfoundland (approx. 560 Ma) and its numerous regularly aligned impressions were interpreted as evidence of muscular tissue ([[1][1], figs 1 a and 3 b ]). Consequently, this fossil could represent the 

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