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From http://sciencythoughts.blogspot.com/2015/05/yuganotheca-elegans-early-cambrian.html: "An Early Cambrian Lophophorate Animal with affinities to Brachiopods and Phoronids. Lophophorates are animals which feed using a filter called a lophophore, which comprises a number of setae covered tentacles, to extract food from water. The group includes the shelled Brachiopods, the worm-like Phoronids, the minute Entoprocts, and colonial Bryozoans, and has been shown by molecular and embryonic evidence to be related to the Molluscs and Annelids. Within the Lophophorates the Phoronids
Fuxianhuia protensa life restoration created and copyrighted by Nobu Tamura, licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International (Wikimedia Commons) Lit.: Hou X.-G., 1987: Three new large arthropods from Lower Cambrian Chengjiang, eastern Yunnan. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 26, 272–285. Bergström, J., Hou, X., Zhang, X., Liu, Y. & Clausen, S., 2008: A new view of the Cambrian arthropod Fuxianhuia. GFF, Vol. 130 (Pt. 4, December), pp. 189–201. Stockholm. ISSN 1103-5897.