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† Aspidella terranovica (Cyclomedusa plana)

Aspidella terranovica

Additional Functions

Grouping

Belong­ing to

Gaeabionta  ⇒ Domäne: Eukaryota  ⇒ Reich: Animalia  ⇒ Mittelreich: Metazoa  ⇒ Abteilung: Problematica  ⇒ Gattung: Aspidella

Taxo­nomic seg­ment

Art

This mentioned taxonomy is an attempt to make an conclusive assignment from the different classifications of various scientists. Because the taxonomy may change due to the latest investigative methods and other findings, our map is a guide only.

Name from

Corre­spond­ing author (Name, Year)

Billings, 1872

Alternative Name

scientific

Beltanella gilesi

Sprigg, 1947
Ref.: M. F. Glaessner and M. Wade. 1966. The late Precambrian fossils from Ediacara, South Australia. Palaeontology 9(4):599-628

scientific

Charniodiscus planus

Sokolov, 1972
Ref.: M. A. Fedonkin, J. G. Gehling, and K. Grey, G. M. Narbonne, P. Vickers-Rich. 2007. The rise of animals: Evolution and diversification of the Kingdom Animalia. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

scientific

Cyclomedusa davidi

Sprigg, 1947
Ref.: M. F. Glaessner and M. Wade. 1966. The late Precambrian fossils from Ediacara, South Australia. Palaeontology 9(4):599-628

scientific

Cyclomedusa delicata

Fedonkin, 1981
Ref.: J. G. Gehling, G. M. Narbonne, and M. M. Anderson. 2000. The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. Palaeontology 43(3):427-456

scientific

Cyclomedusa gigantea

Sprigg, 1949
Ref.: J. G. Gehling, G. M. Narbonne, and M. M. Anderson. 2000. The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. Palaeontology 43(3):427-456

scientific

Cyclomedusa minima

Fedonkin, 1981
Ref.: J. G. Gehling, G. M. Narbonne, and M. M. Anderson. 2000. The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. Palaeontology 43(3):427-456

scientific

Cyclomedusa plana

Glaessner & Wade, 1966
Ref.: M. F. Glaessner and M. Wade. 1966. The late Precambrian fossils from Ediacara, South Australia. Palaeontology 9(4):599-628

scientific

Cyclomedusa radiata

Sprigg, 1949
Ref.: J. G. Gehling, G. M. Narbonne, and M. M. Anderson. 2000. The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. Palaeontology 43(3):427-456

scientific

Ediacaria flindersi

Sprigg, 1947
Ref.: M. F. Glaessner and M. Wade. 1966. The late Precambrian fossils from Ediacara, South Australia. Palaeontology 9(4):599-628

scientific

Glaessneria imperfecta

Gureev, 1987
Ref.: J. G. Gehling, G. M. Narbonne, and M. M. Anderson. 2000. The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. Palaeontology 43(3):427-456

scientific

Irridinitus multiradiatus

Fedonkin, 1983
Ref.: J. G. Gehling, G. M. Narbonne, and M. M. Anderson. 2000. The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. Palaeontology 43(3):427-456

scientific

Jampolium wyrzhykoowskii

Gureev, 1988
Ref.: J. G. Gehling, G. M. Narbonne, and M. M. Anderson. 2000. The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. Palaeontology 43(3):427-456

scientific

Madigania annulata

Sprigg, 1949
Ref.: J. G. Gehling, G. M. Narbonne, and M. M. Anderson. 2000. The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. Palaeontology 43(3):427-456

scientific

Medusinites patellaris

Sokolov, 1972
Ref.: J. G. Gehling, G. M. Narbonne, and M. M. Anderson. 2000. The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. Palaeontology 43(3):427-456

scientific

Paliella patelliformis

Fedonkin, 1980
Ref.: J. G. Gehling, G. M. Narbonne, and M. M. Anderson. 2000. The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. Palaeontology 43(3):427-456

scientific

Paramedusium africanum

Gurich, 1933
Ref.: J. G. Gehling, G. M. Narbonne, and M. M. Anderson. 2000. The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. Palaeontology 43(3):427-456

scientific

Planomedusites patellaris

Sokolov, 1972
Ref.: J. G. Gehling, G. M. Narbonne, and M. M. Anderson. 2000. The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. Palaeontology 43(3):427-456

scientific

Protodipleurosoma rugulosum

Fedonkin, 1980
Ref.: J. G. Gehling, G. M. Narbonne, and M. M. Anderson. 2000. The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. Palaeontology 43(3):427-456

scientific

Protodipleurosoma wardi

Sprigg, 1949
Ref.: J. G. Gehling, G. M. Narbonne, and M. M. Anderson. 2000. The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. Palaeontology 43(3):427-456

scientific

Spriggia wadeae

Sun, 1986
Ref.: J. G. Gehling, G. M. Narbonne, and M. M. Anderson. 2000. The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. Palaeontology 43(3):427-456

scientific

Tateana inflata

Sprigg, 1949
Ref.: J. G. Gehling, G. M. Narbonne, and M. M. Anderson. 2000. The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. Palaeontology 43(3):427-456

scientific

Tirasiana concentralis

Bekker, 1977
Ref.: J. G. Gehling, G. M. Narbonne, and M. M. Anderson. 2000. The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. Palaeontology 43(3):427-456

scientific

Tirasiana coniformis

Palij, 1976
Ref.: J. G. Gehling, G. M. Narbonne, and M. M. Anderson. 2000. The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. Palaeontology 43(3):427-456

scientific

Tirasiana disciformis

Palij, 1976
Ref.: J. G. Gehling, G. M. Narbonne, and M. M. Anderson. 2000. The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. Palaeontology 43(3):427-456

scientific

Vendella larini

Gureev, 1987
Ref.: J. G. Gehling, G. M. Narbonne, and M. M. Anderson. 2000. The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica. Palaeontology 43(3):427-456

Lebenszeitraum in Million Jahren (Ma)

Start age: 541 Ma - End age: 516 Ma
Phanerozoic
(Phanerozoikum)
Paleozoic
(Paläozoikum)
Cambrian
(Kambrium)
Series 2
(Serie 2)
Terreneuvian
(Terreneuvium)
Stage 3
(Stufe 3)
Stage 2
(Stufe 2)
Fortunian
(Fortunium)
515
521
521
528
528
542

Additional data by PBDB, License: CC BY

Motility: attached, stationary
Habit: low-level epifaunal
Environment: inner shelf, marine
Diet:

osmotroph

Compositon of the remains:

no hard parts

Reference- and Source indication, Literature

On the same taxonomic level (siblings) (Count: 5)

Taxonomic assignment (0)

References by PBDB, License: CC BY

  • H. J. Hofmann, 2008 - Ediacaran biota on Bonavista Peninsula, Newfoundland, Canada - Journal of Paleontology (82), 1-36 (journal article, English)
  • M. A. Fedonkin, 2007 - The rise of animals: Evolution and diversification of the Kingdom Animalia - The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD (), 1-326 (compendium, English)
  • J. G. Gehling, 2000 - The first named Ediacaran body fossil, Aspidella terranovica - Palaeontology (43), 427-456 (journal article, English)
  • M. F. Glaessner, 1966 - The late Precambrian fossils from Ediacara, South Australia - Palaeontology (9), 599-628 (journal article, English)