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Meet Cambroraster falcatus, the sediment-sifting ‘Roomba’ of the
Cambrian This crustacean-like critter stalked the seas half a billion
years ago. Katherine Wu, NOVA,, July 30, 2019

Moysiuk, J. and Caron, J.B., 2019. A new hurdiid radiodont
from the Burgess Shale evinces the exploitation of Cambrian
infaunal food sources. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 286
(1908), p.20191079. Open access

Proceedings of the Royal Society B PDF

Brantford Lapidary and Mineral Society PDF

Sun, Z., Zeng, H. and Zhao, F., Occurrence of the hurdiid
radiodont Cambroraster in the middle Cambrian (Wuliuan)
Mantou Formation of North China. Journal of Paleontology, 1(6), p.2.

More research by Fangchen Zhao

Liu, Y., Lerosey-Aubril, R., Audo, D., Zhai, D., Mai, H. and
Ortega-Hernández, J., 2020. Occurrence of the eudemersal
radiodont Cambroraster in the early Cambrian Chengjiang
Lagerstätte and the diversity of hurdiid ecomorphotypes.
Geological Magazine, pp.1-7. Open access

Pates, S., Botting, J.P., McCobb, L.M. and Muir, L.A.,
2020. A miniature Ordovician hurdiid from Wales
demonstrates the adaptability of Radiodonta. Royal
Society Open Science, 7(6), p.200459.


Paul H.

"The past is never dead. It's not even past."
William Faulkner, Act 1, Scene III, Requiem for a Nun (1951)
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Cambroraster falcatus - The Cambrian "spaceship" from the Burgess Shale

Paul H. July 29, 2020 11:29AM

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