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Diverse and complex developmental mechanisms of early Ediacaran embryo-like fossils from the Weng'an Biota, southwest China 期刊论文
PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, 2022, 卷号: 377, 期号: 1847, 页码: 12
Authors:  Yin, Zongjun(殷宗军);  Sun, Weichen;  Liu, Pengju;  Chen, Junyuan(陈均远);  Bottjer, David J.;  Li, Jinhua;  Zhu, Maoyan(朱茂炎)
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Ediacaran  embryo-like fossils  Weng'an Biota  holozoan  cell division patterns  
Skeletal variation in the early clathrodictyid stromatoporoids of Upper Ordovician and its paleoecological and phylogenetic implications 期刊论文
PALAEOWORLD, 2022, 卷号: 31, 期号: 1, 页码: 58-68
Authors:  Jeon, Juwan(全胄完);  Li, Qi-Jian(李启剑);  Na, Lin(那琳);  Liang, Kun (梁昆);  Zhang, Yuan-Dong(张元动)
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Late Ordovician  clathrodictyid stromatoporoid  skeletal plasticity  growth behavior  phylogeny  
A new stiodermatid (Hexactinellida, Porifera) from the latest Ordovician of Anhui, South China and its significance for searching the missing link between the Cambrian and late Palaeozoic stiodermatid lineage 期刊论文
HISTORICAL BIOLOGY, 2022, 页码: 11
Authors:  Li, Lixia(李丽霞);  Reitner, Joachim;  Gong, Fangyi(龚方怡);  Yan, Guanzhou;  Wu, Rongchang(吴荣昌)
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Hexactinellida  stiodermatid  Porifera  latest Ordovician  South China  
Diverse labechiid stromatoporoids from the Upper Ordovician Xiazhen Formation of South China and their paleobiogeographic implications 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF PALEONTOLOGY, 2021, 页码: 26
Authors:  Jeon, Juwan(全胄完);  Liang, Kun(梁坤);  Park, Jino;  Kershaw, Stephen;  Zhang, Yuandong(张元动)
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An early Cambrian mackenziid reveals links to modular Ediacaran macro-organisms 期刊论文
PAPERS IN PALAEONTOLOGY, 2021, 页码: 14
Authors:  Zhao, Yang;  Vinther, Jakob;  Li, Yu-Jing;  Wei, Fan;  Hou, Xian-Guang;  Cong, Pei-Yun
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mackenziid  tubular modules  pore-canal system  blastic  diploblastic grade organism  Chengjiang biota  
Revisiting the phosphorite deposit of Fontanarejo (central Spain): new window into the early Cambrian evolution of sponges and the microbial origin of phosphorites 期刊论文
GEOLOGICAL MAGAZINE, 2021, 页码: 20
Authors:  Reitner, Joachim;  Luo, Cui(罗翠);  Suarez-Gonzalez, Pablo;  Duda, Jan-Peter
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Lower Cambrian  Porifera  Hexactinellida  Demospongiae  microbialites  
Late Anisian microbe-metazoan build-ups in the Germanic Basin: aftermath of the Permian-Triassic crisis 期刊论文
LETHAIA, 2021, 页码: 22
Authors:  Pei, Yu;  Duda, Jan-Peter;  Schoenig, Jan;  Luo, Cui(罗翠);  Reitner, Joachim
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Ecological recovery  microbialite  Middle Muschelkalk  non-spicular ('keratose') demosponges  Permian-Triassic mass extinction  stromatolite  
Current understanding on the Cambrian Explosion: questions and answers 期刊论文
PALZ, 2021, 页码: 20
Authors:  Zhang, Xingliang(张兴亮);  Shu, Degan
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Cambrian explosion  Metazoa  Bilateria  Evolution  Darwin's dilemma  
Revision of late Katian (Late Ordovician) heliolitine corals from Northern Kuruktag in northeastern Tarim Basin of China 期刊论文
ALCHERINGA, 2021, 页码: 17
Authors:  Cui, Yunong(崔雨浓);  Wang, Guangxu(王光旭)
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heliolitine corals  late Katian  Late Ordovician  Tarim  biogeography  
Vauxiids as descendants of archaeocyaths: a hypothesis 期刊论文
LETHAIA, 2021, 页码: 11
Authors:  Luo, Cui(罗翠);  Yang, Aihua;  Zhuravlev, Andrey Yu.;  Reitner, Joachim
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archaeocyaths  Cambrian  keratosans  Porifera  verongiids