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Spriggina Chosen as South Australia’s Fossil Emblem

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Spriggina chosen as South Australia’s fossil emblem

Jade Gailberger, Environment reporter, Courier Mail

February 14, 2017 http://www.couriermail.com.au/news/national/spriggina-chosen-as-south-australias-fossil-emblem/news-story/b15c8d115af55caef859e16568e37282

 

Flinders Ranges fossils documented as part of World

Heritage listing bid, Nicola Gage Australian

Broadcasting Corporation.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-02-12/flinders-ranges-world-heritage-listing-bid/8262494

 

Trace fossils: the ancient history of SA’s outback

In Daily, Australia, Alice Gorman, February 8, 2016

http://indaily.com.au/news/science-and-tech/2017/02/08/trace-fossils-the-ancient-history-of-sas-outback/

 

Yours,

Paul H.

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A natural choice, since it was named for Reg Sprigg who discovered the Ediacarans in 1946, and the genus doesn't occur at any other Ediacaran/Vendian site in other parts of the world.

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