Albumares brunsae is a tri-radially symmetrical fossil animal that lived in the late Ediacaran (Vendian) seafloor. It is a member of the extinct group Trilobozoa. Etymology · Occurrence · Description · Reconstruction and affinity.
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† Albumares Fedonkin Triradialomorpha. PaleoDB taxon number: 4510 Subtaxa: Albumares brunsae. View classification. Type: Albumares brunsae.
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Moscow: Columbia University Press. Become part of the EOL community— sign up for the EOL Newsletter today. We've split the page into zones! This fossil typically displays as an imprint of the upper side of the animal's body, and often some elements of its internal structure can be discerned. Login or Create Account. Ares - album: "Ares y Mares" - track 05