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Kaili Biota: Pararotadiscus Guizhouensis 貴州擬輪盤水母

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that's an awesome jellyfish! zhen bang! :D

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Interesting fossil .....

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That's a jellyfish? Is it kind of squished sideways or just partial...?

I saw a nice jellyfish from Kaili that really looked like a jellyfish on ebay not too long ago, bidding went too high for my budget but shows me there is lot of interesting stuff coming out of that area. I did get a little eocrinoid though.

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I have a few jellies from Mazon Creek, but they are really hard to photograph!! :angry: :pic: :angry:

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Yes, That's just a organ of the Pararotadiscus Guizhouensis.

The jellyfish like is very difficulties to preserve the intact body.

I have some the Pararotadiscus Guizhouensis from Kaili Biota, however, they mostly incomplete :(

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dudeman

Yes, It's hard to photograph, May try to take a photos from the side.

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Off the top of my head I think Pararotadiscus is an Eldoniid, which is not really a jellyfish though they don't really know what it was related to (extinct phylum), and it does have a C-shaped organ inside the disc-shaped jelly-body.

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非常好! :drool:

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