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July 29, 2020 11:29AM
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
[www.pbs.org]

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
[royalsocietypublishing.org]

Proceedings of the Royal Society B PDF
[royalsocietypublishing.org]

Brantford Lapidary and Mineral Society PDF
[www.brantfordlapidarymineral.ca]

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.
[www.researchgate.net]

More research by Fangchen Zhao
[www.researchgate.net]

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
[www.cambridge.org]

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.
[royalsocietypublishing.org]

Yours,

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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