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Palaeontology, ISSN 0031-0239, 01/2017, Volume 60, Issue 1, pp. 15 - 26
Identification of the primary constituents of small shelly fossil (SSF) shells is important for explaining the evolution of SSF faunas. The characteristics and... 
Terreneuvian | Cambrian | tubular small shelly fossils | shell composition | MICROFOSSILS | MONTAGNE NOIRE | PALEONTOLOGY | YUNNAN | WATSONELLA | SOUTH CHINA | AFFINITIES | MICROSTRUCTURE | MORPHOLOGY | OCRURANUS-EOHALOBIA GROUP | YANGTZE PLATFORM CHINA | Calcium carbonate | Fossils | Microscopy | Paleontology
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Journal of Paleontology, ISSN 0022-3360, 2014, Volume 88, Issue 2, pp. 348 - 358
Abstract Phosphatized and phosphatic small shelly fossils are a major source of information concerning the evolution of animals during the early Cambrian.... 
PALEONTOLOGY | MOLLUSKS | NORTH GREENLAND | COELOSCLERITOPHORANS | YUNNAN | MICRINA | ARTICULATED HALKIERIIDS | AFFINITIES | MICROSTRUCTURE | OCRURANUS-EOHALOBIA GROUP | EARLY EVOLUTION | Geomorphology | Research | Geological research | Natural history | Fossils | Hypotheses
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