Filamentous connections between Ediacaran fronds
Fossils of the Ediacaran macrobiota (∼571–539 mya) record phylogenetically diverse marine palaeocommunities, including early animals, which pre-date the “Cambrian Explosion” [1, 2, 3, 4]. Benthic forms with a frondose gross morphology, assigned to the morphogroups Rangeomorpha  and Frondomorpha (see also Arboreomorpha) [6, 7, 8], are among the most temporally wide-ranging and environmentally tolerant members of the Ediacaran macrobiota  and dominated deep-marine ecosystems ∼571–560 mya ...Expand abstract
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