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A suspension-feeding anomalocarid from the Early Cambrian
Vinther, J.; Stein, M.; Longrich, N.R.; Harper, D.A.T. (2014). A suspension-feeding anomalocarid from the Early Cambrian. Nature (Lond.) 507(7493): 496-499.
In: Nature: International Weekly Journal of Science. Nature Publishing Group: London. ISSN 0028-0836, more
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  • Vinther, J.
  • Stein, M.
  • Longrich, N.R.
  • Harper, D.A.T.

    Tamisiocaris borealis, an Early Cambrian member of the anomalocarids - giant, predatory marine stem arthropods - probably used its frontal appendage to trap microscopic, planktonic animals.

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