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Libros de Segunda Mano – Ciencias, Manuales y Oficios – Biología y Botánica: Invertebrados fosiles, por horacio camacho – eudeba – argentina – – una. Available now at – Soft cover – Eudeba. – – Book Condition: Very Good – Inscribed by Author(s) – Dust Jacket Included – Softcover; inscribed. Buatois, L.A. and Mángano, M.G. (a). Trazas fósiles de invertebrados. In Invertebrados Fósiles, ed. H. Camacho, Buenos Aires: Vázquez Manzzini Editores.
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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Exceptionally preserved fossils provide crucial insights into extinct body plans and organismal evolution. Molluscs, one of the most disparate animal phyla, radiated rapidly during the early Cambrian period approximately — million Molluscs, one of the most disparate animal phyla, radiated rapidly during the early Cambrian period approximately — million years ago Ma.
The problematic fossil taxa Halkieria and Orthrozanclus grouped in Sachitida have been assigned variously to stem-group annelids, brachiopodsstem-group molluscs or stem-group aculiferans Polyplacophora and Aplacophorabut their affinities have remained controversial owing to camadho lack of preserved diagnostic characters.
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Here we describe a new early sachitid, Calvapilosa kroegeri gen. The new taxon is characterized by the presence of a single large anterior shell plate and polystichous radula bearing a median tooth and several lateral and uncinal teeth in more than rows. Its flattened body is covered by hollow spinose sclerites, and a smooth, ventral girdle flanks an extensive mantle cavity. Phylogenetic analyses resolve C.
These genera document the stepwise evolution of the aculiferan body plan from forms with a single, almost conchiferan-like shell through two-plated taxa such as Halkieria, to the eight-plated crown-group aculiferans. This new discovery strongly suggests that the cwmacho of only a single calcareous shell plate and the presence of unmineralised sclerites are plesiomorphic an ancestral trait for the molluscan crown. Work of this kind has a great potential in classroom since they call invertbrados attention to the topic discussed.
Introduction; Arouse interest for science in history; Without history there is no good science; Some sources invertebradis historical knowledge in science reprography or copy of technical-scientific documents; correspondence and other manuscript documents; biological collections; libraries; other documentary sources ; Ivertebrados to the classroom; Notes on the previous and current literature fundamental works; invfrtebrados works; general works and specialized works ; Digital knowledge How will virtual libraries change the scientific world?
Man does not live by science alone; Final considerations; Final words; Acknowledgements; Bibliography. These levels have invertebrzdos extremely rich and diverse echinoderm assemblages. The exquisite preservation of most organisms suggests rapid and in-situ burial of large, particularly dense benthic communities largely dominated by echinoderms. The major scientific relevance of these faunas is outlined herein for example their palaeoecological and palaeogeographical implications.
Finally, the conservation of these levels, which represent a major piece of the palaeontological heritage of southern Morocco, is discussed.
A spinose appendage fragment of a problematic arthropod from the Early Ordovician of Morocco. A highly spinose fragment of a possibly raptorial appendage from the Arenig Early Ordovician of the Upper Fezouata Formation north of Zagora, southeastern Morocco is described as the arthropod Pseudoangustidontus duplospineus gen. The single fragmentary specimen displays a unique morphology, carrying at least 39 pairs of spines i.
However, megalograptids and Angustidontus both have a lower spine count, while the latter also carries only a single row of spines. Because no known arthropod displays a morphology closely comparable to that of Pseudoangustidontus gen. The presence of a pair of postventral plates, widely attached to each other and located under the posterior-most trunk tergite and the base of the tailspine, indicates a phylogenetic relationship with the enigmatic group Aglaspidida.
The overall morphology of Brachyaglaspis most closely resembles that of the ‘Ordovician-type’ aglaspidids, more specifically the late Cambrian — Early Ordovician genus Tremaglaspis. However, the presence of a prominent cephalon and only six trunk tergites in the new genus deviates from the organization of all other inverterbados aglaspidid species, notably extending the known range of morphological disparity of the group.
A taxonomic revision of this euarthropod group indicates that the most accurate knvertebrados and fosilfs combination correspond to Aglaspidida Walcott, Exceptionally preserved fossils from the Palaeozoic era provide crucial insights into arthropod evolution, with recent discoveries bringing phylogeny and gosiles homology into inevrtebrados focus.
Integral to such studies are anomalocaridids, a Integral to such studies are anomalocaridids, a clade of stem arthropods whose remarkable morphology illuminates early arthropod relationships inveertebrados Cambrian ecology.
Although recent work has focused on the anomalocaridid head, the nature of their trunk has been debated widely. Here we describe new anomalocaridid specimens from the Early Ordovician Fezouata Biota of Morocco, which not only show well-preserved head appendages providing key ecological data, but also elucidate the nature of anomalocaridid trunk flaps, resolving their homology with arthropod trunk limbs. The new material shows that each trunk segment bears a separate dorsal and ventral pair of flaps, with ibvertebrados series of setal blades attached at the base of the dorsal flaps.
Unlike other anomalocaridids, the Fezouata taxon combines head appendages convergently adapted for filter-feeding with an unprecedented body length exceeding 2m, indicating a new direction in the feeding ecology of the clade. The evolution of giant filter-feeding anomalocaridids may reflect the establishment of highly developed planktic ecosystems during the Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event.
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Ischnochitonidae de Puerto Rico. A new species of the chiton Lepidochitona Polyplacophora: Ischnochitonidae from Puerto Rico. The genus Lepidochitona Gray, has two species in the Caribbean: We describe a third species: Lepidochitona rufoi differs from foisles in having a finely granulose tegmentum, smaller size, a very fine central radula tooth, and different anal plate form and color pattern.
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The systematic affinities of several Palaeozoic skeletal taxa were only resolved when their soft-tissue morphology was revealed by the discovery of exceptionally preserved specimens.
The conodonts provide a classic example, their The conodonts provide a classic example, their tooth-like elements having been assigned to various invertebrate and vertebrate groups for more than years until the discovery of their soft tissues revealed them to be crown-group vertebrates.
Machaeridians, which are virtually ubiquitous as shell plates in benthic marine shelly assemblages ranging from Early Ordovician Late Tremadoc to Carboniferous, have proved no less enigmatic. The Machaeridia comprise three distinct families of worm-like animals, united by the possession of a dorsal skeleton of calcite plates that is rarely found articulated. Since they were first described years ago machaeridians have been allied with barnacles, echinoderms, molluscs or annelids.
Here we describe a new machaeridian with preserved soft parts, including parapodia and chaetae, from the Upper Tremadoc of Morocco, demonstrating the annelid affinity of the group.
This discovery shows that a lineage of annelids evolved a dorsal skeleton of calcareous plates early in their history; it also resolves the affinities of a group of problematic Palaeozoic invertebrates previously known only from isolated elements and occasional skeletal assemblages.
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