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  1. DardS8Br

    Yunnanozoon or something else?

    The longest one is roughly 2cm long. I’ve counted 12 on the rock, which itself is about 5cm long. All I know is that it’s from the Maotianshan shales in China. I was told it’s a Yunnanozoon, but I believe this is incorrect as the person I got it from is often wrong with their identifications.
  2. DardS8Br

    Yunnanozoon or something else?

    I acquired this specimen nearly a year ago, and have been puzzling over its true identity. I was told it was a Yunnanozoon, but I doubted that. I recently got digital microscope, and took a picture of the fossil using it, and it revealed something strange. Legs, or something that looks similar. It looks kinda like a lobopod, but it’s tiny. The specimen pictured is about 1.5cm long and the legs are barely visible to the naked eye. Any ideas what it could be? I made a post when I first got it with pics of the full plate
  3. Possible synonyms Protopriapulites haikouensis Hou, Bergström, Wang, Feng & Chen, 1999. The correct name is Sicyophorus rara and not as often found Sicyophorus rarus. Description from Hou et al. 2017, p 124: "This is a relatively common priapulid‐like worm, known from over a thousand specimens. In many cases the material consists of compressed, complete individuals, and the posterior half of the body is often better preserved with an apparently rigid outline. Detailed structures can be detected by subtle differences in color and relief. The size of the animal is generally about 1cm
  4. DardS8Br

    Lobopodian or not?

    Someone is selling this fossil at auction, saying they don’t know what it is, but it might be a lobopodian. Any ideas?
  5. What is this thing? It looks like a platypus worm with spines coming out of its head. It’s from the Maotianshan Shale in Yunnan, China. What is it?
  6. Leptomitus teretiusculus is a moderately common, thin-walled sponge species. Specimens range up to 11cm long and about 1,2cm wide. Literature: J. Y. Chen, X. G. Hou, and H. Z. Lu. 1989. Lower Cambrian leptomitids (Demospongea), Chengjiang, Yunnan. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 28(1):17-30
  7. MarcusFossils

    Parayiliangella quadrisulcata

    A new trilobite for my collection I don't think more complete specimens exist.
  8. Lit.: Liu, J. et al.(2012) New occurence of the Cambrian (Stage 4, Series 2) Guanshan Biota in Huize, Yunnan, South China. Bulletin of Geosciences Vol. 87, 1, 2012, pp125-132
  9. From the album: Anomalocaris and friends.

    A large grasping appendage of the Chinese Anomalocaridid, Amplectobelua symbrachiata. A cousin of the Anomalocaris. This grasper is a very large example at 89mm. From the Maotianshan Shales in Chengjiang. Lower Cambrian, ~525Ma.
  10. araucaria1959

    Graptolites ? (Chengjiang Biota ?)

    Hello, here are two different specimens I bought 2 – 3 years ago from a trustworthy Chinese dealer via ebay; the specimens were labelled as lower Cambrian (Chengjiang biota): Quiongszhusi Section Heilinpu Formation Locality : Maotianshan They look like graptolites from the order Graptoloidea. However, the earliest graptoloidea are known from the lowermost ordovician. Meanwhile, a pterobranchia from the order Rhabdopleurida was described from the Atdabanian of the Chengjiang biota (Galeaplumosus) as the earliest pterobranchia; however, this is not a graptolite, only a close relative. Thus
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