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Evidence of past life found in the Vindhyan Supergroup exhibits extensive diversity and taxonomically unresolved morphological complexities indicating varied biological affinities, advanced life and macroevolutionary dynamics of evolving clades. The megascopic life of the supergroup documents possibly two macroevolutionary modes, demarcated as: (i) the Palaeo-Mesoproterozoic transitional period, which is represented by the fossil assemblages of the Semri and Rewa groups, and exhibits the domination of a diversified prokaryotic cyanobacterial community and moderately diversified megascopic life; (ii) the Neoproterozoic (Bhander groups, Uppermost Vindhyans), represented by the diversified and morphologically complex megascopic eukaryotes, and the emergence of multicellularity among plant and...

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