Ecdysozoa References

Dinocaridida: References

Abbreviated Dendrogram
Panarthropoda ╘═Siberiidae │ └─Dinocaridida ├─Kerygmachela └─┬─Pambdelurion └─┬─Opabinia └─┬─Anomalocarididae │ ├─Hurdia │ └─┬─Anomalocaris │ └─Laggania └─┬─Schinderhannes └─Arthropoda

Dinocaridida (1)
Dinocaridida (2)
Anomalocarididae (1)
Anomalocarididae (2)

Babcock, L.E. 1993. Trilobite malformations and the fossil record of behavioral asymmetry. Journal of Paleontology, 67, 217-229.

Babcock, L.E. and Robison, R.A. 1989. Preferences of Palaeozoic predators. Nature, 337, 695-696.

Jan Bergström & Hou Xian-Guang 2003 Arthropod origins, Bulletin of Geosciences, Vol. 78, No. 4, 323-334 pdf

Briggs, D.E.G. 1979. Anomalocaris, the largest known Cambrian Arthropod. Palaeontology, 20, 631-664.

Briggs, D.E.G. 1994. Giant predators from the Cambrian of China. Science, 264, 1283-1284.

Briggs, Erwin & Collier 1994: The Fossils of the Burgess Shale. Smithsonian, 238 pp.

Briggs, D.E.G.; Mount, D.J.D. 1982. The occurrence of the giant arthropod Anomalocaris in the Lower Cambrian of Southern California, and the overall distribution of the genus. Journal of Paleontology, 56, 1112-1118.

Budd GE. 1993, A Cambrian gilled lobopod from Greenland. Nature 364:709-11.

Budd GE. 1996. The morphology of Opabinia regalis and the reconstruction of the arthropod stem-group. Lethaia 29:1-14.
Dinocaridida - cladograms, Opabinia

Budd, Graham E. (1997): Stem Group Arthropods from the Lower Cambrian Sirius Passet Fauna of North Greenland. In Fortey, R.A.; Thomas R.H. (eds.): Arthropod Relationships. Systematics Association Special Volume Series 55.

Budd, Graham E. (1999): The morphology and phylogenetic significance of Kerygmachela kierkegaardi Budd (Buen Formation, Lower Cambrian, N Greenland). Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences, 89, 249-290.
Dinocaridida - cladograms, Kerygmachela

Budd, G. E. 2002. A palaeontological solution to the arthropod head problem. Nature 417: 271-275.

Budd, John S.; Peel (1998). Palaeontology 41: 1201-1213. pdf

Butterfield, N.J. (1999): Interpreting Axial Structures in Burgess Shale-Type Fossils. Palaeontological Association 44th Annual Meeting, University of Edinburgh, 17-20 December 1999 (Oral Presentation)

Caron, J. -B.; Jackson, D. A. (October 2006). "Taphonomy of the Greater Phyllopod Bed community, Burgess Shale". Palaios 21 (5): 451-465. doi:10.2110/palo.2003.P05-070R.

Chen, Junyuan, Ramsköld, L. and Zhou Guiquing, 1994. Evidence for monophyly and arthropod affinity of Cambrian giant predators. Science, 264, 1304-1308.

Chen Junyuan and Zhou Guiquing, 1997. Biology of the Chengjiang Fauna. Bulletin of the National Museum of Natural Science, 10, 11-105

Collins, D. 1992. Whither Anomalocaris? The search in the Burgess Shale Continues. Abstracts, Fifth North American Paleontological Convention, Chicago, Paleontological Society Special Publication, 6, 66.
Dinocaridida, Hurdia

Collins, D. 1999. Rotunda 32: 25.

Collins, D., Bergström, J. and Seilacher, A. 1991. Chengjiang Fauna. National Geographic Research and Exploration 7(2), 238-239.

Conway Morris, S. 1998. The Crucible of Creation. Oxford University Press, Oxford,
Dinocaridida (2)

Conway Morris, Simon; Peel, J.S.; Higgins, A.K.; Soper, N.J.; Davis, N.C. (1987): A Burgess Shale-Like Fauna From the Lower Cambrian of North Greenland.   Nature, 345: 802-805.
Dinocaridida (2)

Cotton, T. J., & S. J. Braddy. 2004. The phylogeny of arachnomorph arthropods and the origin of the Chelicerata. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences 94: 169-193.

Daley, A. C. and Budd, G. E. (2010), New anomalocaridid appendages from the Burgess Shale, Canada. Palaeontology, 53 (4): 721-738. doi:10.1111/j.1475-4983.2010.00955.x. pdf
Amplectobelua, Cucumericrus

Daley, C.; Budd, E.; Caron, B.; Edgecombe, D.; Collins, D.; (2009). "The Burgess Shale Anomalocaridid Hurdia and its Significance for Early Euarthropod Evolution". Science 323 (5921): 1597-1600. Bibcode 2009Sci...323.1597D. doi:10.1126/science.1169514. ISSN 0036-8075. PMID 19299617. pdf (Academia edu) supporting info

Durham, J. W. (1974). "Systematic Position of Eldonia ludwigi Walcott". Journal of Paleontology (Paleontological Society) 48 (4): 750-755. doi:10.2307/1303225. JSTOR 1303225.

Dzik, J. and Lendzion, K. 1988. The oldest arthropods of the East European Platform. Lethaia, 21, 29-38.
Dinocaridida, Laggania

Edgecombe, G.D. 2010, Arthropod phylogeny: An overview from the perspectives of morphology, molecular data and the fossil record, Arthropod Structure & Development 39 74.87

Hagadorn, James W. (August 2009). "Taking a Bite out of Anomalocaris". In Smith, Martin R.; O'Brien, Lorna J.; Caron, Jean-Bernard. International Conference on the Cambrian Explosion (Walcott 2009). Abstract Volume. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: The Burgess Shale Consortium. 31st July 2009. ISBN 978-0-9812885-1-2.
Dinocaridida - Carnivore, not Planktivore

X.-G. Hou, J. Bergström, and P. Ahlberg. 1995. Anomalocaris and other large animals in the Lower Cambrian Chengjiang fauna of southwest China. Geologiska Föreningens i Stockholm Forhandlingar 117:163-183

Hou, Xianguang; Bergström, J. 1997: Arthropods of the Lower Cambrian Chengjiang fauna, southwest China. Fossils and Strata, 45, 1-116.

Hou, Xianguang; Bergström, J.; Ahlberg, P. 1995: Anomalocaris and other large animals in the Lower Cambrian Chengjiang fauna of southwest China. GFF, 117, 163-183.

Hou, Xianguang; Bergström, Jan; Wang, Haifeng; Feng, Xianghong; Chen, Ailin 1999: The Chengjiang Fauna. Exceptionally Well-Preserved Animals from 530 Million Years Ago. Yunnan Science and Technology Press. 170 pp. [In Chinese with English summary.]

Hou, Xianguang & Bergström, Jan, 2006 Dinocaridids: anomalous arthropods or arthropod-like worms? In: Rong Jiayu, Fang Zongjie, Zhou Zhanghe, Zhan Renbin, Wang Xiangdong & Yuan Xunlai (eds): Originations, Radiations and Biodiversity Changes - evidences from the Chinese fossil record. pp. 139-158 Herein an English version of the Chinese text pdf
Dinocaridida - cladograms, Hurdia

Hou Xianguang, Jan Bergström and Yang Jie (2006), Distinguishing anomalocaridids from arthropods and priapulids Geological Journal 41:259-269
Anomalocaris, Dinocaridida, Parapeytoia

Kühl G, Briggs DEG, Rust J (2009) A Great-Appendage Arthropod with a Radial Mouth from the Lower Devonian Hunsrück Slate, Germany. Science 323(5915):771-773. Abstract
Dinocaridida - cladograms, Schinderhannes

Bruce S. Lieberman, 2003, A new soft-bodied fauna; the Pioche Formation of Nevada Journal of Paleontology 77(4):674-690

Jianni Liu, Michael Steiner, Jason A. Dunlop, Helmut Keupp, Degan Shu, Qiang Ou, Jian Han, Zhifei Zhang & Xingliang Zhang. "An armoured Cambrian lobopodian from China with arthropod-like appendage". Nature 470 (7335): 526-530. Bibcode 2011Natur.470..526L. doi:10.1038/nature09704. PMID 21350485 Supplementary material
Classification, Dinocaridida, Kerygmachela

Martin, M.W.; Grazhdankin, D.V.; Bowring, S.A.; Evans, D.A.D.; Fedonkin, M.A.; Kirschvink, J.L. (2000): Age of Neoproterozoic Bilaterian Body and Trace Fossils, White Sea, Russia: Implications for Metazoan Evolution.  Science v.288: 841-845.
Dinocaridida (2)

Minicucci, Jeffrey M. 1999: Forward to the Cambrian - Anomalocarid Studies at the End of the Millennium. Palaeontological Association Newsletter 41: 23-32.
Anomalocarididae, Dinocaridida

Nedin, C. 1995. The Emu Bay Shale, a Lower Cambrian fossil Lagerstätten, Kangaroo Island, South Australia. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists 18, 31-40.
Anomalocaris, Dinocaridida

Nedin, C. (1999). "Anomalocaris predation on nonmineralized and mineralized trilobites". Geology 27 (11): 987-990.
Dinocaridida - Carnivore, not Planktivore

John R. Paterson, Diego C. García-Bellido, Michael S. Y. Lee, Glenn A. Brock, James B. Jago & Gregory D. Edgecombe (2011). "Acute vision in the giant Cambrian predator Anomalocaris and the origin of compound eyes". Nature 480 (7376): 237–240. doi:10.1038/nature10689. suppl.
Anomalocaris, Dinocaridida - Eyes, Dinocaridida - Carnivore, not Planktivore

Ramsköld, L. 1995. From characters to clades: interpreting Lobopodians and Anomalocaridids. 22. In Chen Junyuan, Edgecombe, G. and Ramsköld, L. (eds). International Cambrian Explosion symposium (April, 1995, Nanjing) (Programme and Abstracts). Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology, Academia Sinica, 48 pp.

Ramsköld, L. 1997. Preservational folds simulating tergite junctions in tegopeltid and naraoiid Arthropods. Lethaia, 29,15-20.

Ramsköld, L., Chen Junyuan., Edgecombe, D. and Zhou Guiquing, 1997. Cindarella and the arachnate clade Xandarellida (Arthropoda, Early Cambrian) from China. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh: Earth Sciences, 88, 19-38.

Rudkin, D.M. 1979. Healed injuries in Ogygopsis klotzi (Trilobita) from the Middle Cambrian of British Columbia. Royal Ontario Museum, Life Sciences Occasional Paper, 32, 1-18.

Taylor, Rod S. (1999): 'Waptiid' Arthropods and the Significance of Bivalved Carapaces in the Lower Cambrian. Palaeontological Association 44th Annual Meeting, University of Edinburgh, 17-20 December 1999 (Oral Presentation)

Usami, Y. (2006). "Theoretical study on the body form and swimming pattern of Anomalocaris based on hydrodynamic simulation". Journal of Theoretical Biology 238 (1): 11–17. doi:10.1016/j.jtbi.2005.05.008. PMID 16002096.
Dinocaridida - Introduction

Peter Van Roy & Derek E. G. Briggs, 2011 A giant Ordovician anomalocaridid, Nature 473, 510-513

Whittington, H.B., and Briggs, D.E.G. 1982. A new conundrum from the Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale. 573- 575. In Mamet, B., and Copeland, M. J. (eds). Proceedings of the Third North American Paleontological Convention, Montreal, 2. Department of Geology, University of Montreal, and Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa.

Whittington, H.B., and Briggs, D.E.G. 1985. The largest Cambrian animal, Anomalocaris, Burgess Shale, British Columbia. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B, 309, 569-609.

contact us

page MAK120507; Creative Commons Attribution