Three-Dimensionally Preserved Arthropods from Cambrian Lagerstätten of Quebec and Wisconsin

@inproceedings{Collette2010ThreeDimensionallyPA,
  title={Three-Dimensionally Preserved Arthropods from Cambrian Lagerst{\"a}tten of Quebec and Wisconsin},
  author={Joseph H. Collette and James W. Hagadorn},
  booktitle={Journal of Paleontology},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract Three new types of arthropod are described from Cambrian intertidal lithofacies of the Elk Mound Group and St. Lawrence Formation of Wisconsin and the Potsdam Group of Quebec. These arthropods are preserved ventrally in sandstone in life position and in three dimensions, allowing detailed characterization of limb morphologies, labrums, and other organs such as eyes. A taphonomic model is presented, illustrating this unusual, uncompressed, three-dimensional style of preservation… 
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