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@Lecture16_9 - PALEOBIOLOGY Invertebrates Animals excluding...

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1 1 Fall 2009, GEL 107: Lecture 16 PALEOBIOLOGY 2 Invertebrates 3 What are vertebrates? What are invertebrates? When did invertebrates appear, and what is Ediacaran fauna? What are the Cambrian explosion and its two main faunas? Which invertebrates are most closely related to vertebrates (including humans)? How are invertebrate groups related with each other? Questions 4 “Invertebrates” Animals excluding vertebrates = Non-vertebrate metazoans 5 What are vertebrates? What are invertebrates? When did invertebrates appear, and what is Ediacaran fauna? What are the Cambrian explosion and its two main faunas? Which invertebrates are most closely related to vertebrates (including humans)? How are invertebrate groups related with each other? Questions 6 Molecular estimate 900-1100 ma 7 8 Fossil Record Ediacaran (ca. 630-540 ma) 9
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2 10 http://uregina.ca/~radenbat/paleo/labs2002/ediacara_fauna.htm Mowsonites (Cnidarian <jellyfish>) 11 12 http://uregina.ca/~radenbat/paleo/labs2002/ediacara_fauna.htm Kimberella (mollusc?) 13 Dickinsonia (annelid?) http://uregina.ca/~radenbat/paleo/labs2002/ediacara_fauna.htm 14 http://uregina.ca/~radenbat/paleo/labs2002/ediacara_fauna.htm Spriggia (arthropod? annelid?) 15 http://uregina.ca/~radenbat/paleo/labs2002/ediacara_fauna.htm Charnia, Charniodiscus
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