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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2004
Journal of Paleontology (2004) 78 (5): 827–837.
...MARC LaFLAMME; GUY M. NARBONNE; MICHAEL M. ANDERSON Abstract Charniodiscus is a leaf-shaped Ediacaran (terminal Neoproterozoic) fossil with a worldwide distribution, but the scarcity of complete specimens has previously hindered evaluation of its taxonomy and ecology. The presence of hundreds...
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Journal: Paleobiology
Published: 01 February 2018
Paleobiology (2018) 44 (1): 40–57.
... correlations between 10 well-defined taxa ( Bradgatia , Charniid, Charniodiscus , Fractofusus , Ivesheadiomorphs, Lobate Discs, Pectinifrons , Plumeropriscum , Hiemalora , and Thectardis ) were identified using Bayesian network inference (BNI), and then described and analyzed using spatial point-process...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2008
Journal of Paleontology (2008) 82 (1): 1–36.
... parallel to cleavage strike; shortening of originally circular bedding surface features is on the order of 30–50% (averaging ∼35%). The assemblage includes Aspidella , Blackbrookia , Bradgatia , Charnia , Charniodiscus , Fractofusus , Hiemalora , and Ivesheadia . These occur throughout the succession...
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Comparison of taxa of  <b>Charniodiscus</b>  and  Arborea . NP = not preserved; * ...
Published: 01 November 2020
Table 1. Comparison of taxa of Charniodiscus and Arborea . NP = not preserved; * = type species; - = no data. References: 1 = Ford ( 1958 ); 2 = Brasier and Antcliffe ( 2009 ); 3 = Laflamme et al. ( 2004 ); 4 = Glaessner and Wade ( 1966 ); 5 = Ivantsov ( 2016 ); 6 = Glaessner and Daily ( 1959
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The holotype of  <b>Charniodiscus</b> concentricus  Ford 1958 , from the Woodhouse...
Published: 01 March 2009
Fig. 12. The holotype of Charniodiscus concentricus Ford 1958 , from the Woodhouse Beds, Maplewell Group of Charnwood Forest, Leicestershire, England. The holotype appears as a composite impression, with both top surface and lower surface impressions, preserved on the surface of a fine layer
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Two laser-generated images of the holotype of  <b>Charniodiscus</b> concentricus  ...
Published: 01 March 2009
Fig. 13. Two laser-generated images of the holotype of Charniodiscus concentricus Ford 1958 . ( a ) laser image lit from the top right (note the sharp scarps along the right margin of row 2). ( b ) Laser image rotated obliquely so that the specimen can be viewed from below (note that the basal
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Four laser-generated images of the holotype of  <b>Charniodiscus</b> concentricus ...
Published: 01 March 2009
Fig. 14. Four laser-generated images of the holotype of Charniodiscus concentricus Ford 1958 , showing further detail. ( a ) Oblique laser image lit from top left and viewed from bottom right of fossil (note sharp scarps along right margin of rows 2 and 3). ( b ) Similar view but more oblique
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Figure  16 —Specimens and molds of  <b>Charniodiscus</b>  from Catalina area, illu...
Published: 01 January 2008
Figure 16 —Specimens and molds of Charniodiscus from Catalina area, illustrating morphologic variability. Coordinates cited in captions for specimens from Locality 5 are distances along baseline for Level F7 (see Fig. 3.2 ). All photos retrodeformed; bar scale divisions in cm. 1 , Outcrop view
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Figure  1 —Geographic and stratigraphic distribution of  <b>Charniodiscus</b>  For...
Published: 01 September 2004
Figure 1 —Geographic and stratigraphic distribution of Charniodiscus Ford, 1958 . 1, Location map of Avalon Peninsula, with shaded area representing the Avalon Zone. Samples taken from (1) Lower Mistaken Point of Mistaken Point Formation; (2) “E-Surface” of Mistaken Point Formation; (3) Long
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Figure  2 — 1,  Retrodeformed and labeled specimen of  <b>Charniodiscus</b> spinos...
Published: 01 September 2004
Figure 2 — 1, Retrodeformed and labeled specimen of Charniodiscus spinosus n. sp. from “E-Surface,” Mistaken Point Formation at Mistaken Point. 2, Drawing of C. spinosus specimen in 1 illustrating the quantitative characters measured and utilized in morphometric analyses
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Figure  3 — <b>Charniodiscus</b>  from the upper part of the Mistaken Point Format...
Published: 01 September 2004
Figure 3 — Charniodiscus from the upper part of the Mistaken Point Formation (“E”-surface) at Mistaken Point. All fossils are preserved in positive epirelief on the upper bedding plane surfaces. Scale bar 1 cm. 1, Fossil surface illustrating current-elongate specimens of Charniodiscus procerus
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Figure  5 —Comparison of morphological ratios in both  <b>Charniodiscus</b> spinos...
Published: 01 September 2004
Figure 5 —Comparison of morphological ratios in both Charniodiscus spinosus n. sp. (n = 28) and C. procerus n. sp. (n = 14). 1, Frond length versus stem length (R 2 total: 0.09). 2, Frond length versus frond width (R 2 total: 0.68). 3, Frond length versus disc diameter (R 2 total
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Figure  7 —PCA of  <b>Charniodiscus</b>  species worldwide; sample sizes as in  Fi...
Published: 01 September 2004
Figure 7 —PCA of Charniodiscus species worldwide; sample sizes as in Figure 5 . 1, PCA of complete specimens of Charniodiscus . PC 1 segregates specimens according to size, whereas subsequent axes relate primarily to shape. 2, PCA of the same specimens as in 1, illustrating PC axes 2
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Table  2 —Key to  <b>Charniodiscus</b>  species
Published: 01 September 2004
Table 2 —Key to Charniodiscus species
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Figure  8 —Composite diorama of  <b>Charniodiscus</b> spinosus  n. sp. (right) and...
Published: 01 September 2004
Figure 8 —Composite diorama of Charniodiscus spinosus n. sp. (right) and C. procerus n. sp. (left) illustrating the tiered partitioning of the water column and the feeding exclusion displayed by adult specimens of the two species
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(A) Typical frond ( <b>Charniodiscus</b>  sp.) from the 21.9 m level of the Mistak...
Published: 14 October 2003
Fig. 5. (A) Typical frond ( Charniodiscus sp.) from the 21.9 m level of the Mistaken Point West section, used to obtain paleocurrent information (long arrow) for the periods between turbidity-current events. Frond is 20 cm long. Note elliptical shape of holdfast, the long axis of which lies
Journal Article
Published: 14 March 2018
Journal of Paleontology (2018) 92 (3): 323–335.
...Marc Laflamme; James G. Gehling; Mary L. Droser Abstract Exquisitely preserved three-dimensional examples of the classic Ediacaran (late Neoproterozoic; 570–541 Ma) frond Charniodiscus arboreus Jenkins and Gehling, 1978 (herein referred to as Arborea arborea Glaessner in Glaessner and Daily, 1959...
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Journal Article
Published: 13 December 2016
Geological Magazine (2017) 154 (6): 1202–1216.
...-resolution chronological data from the upper Ediacaran deposits of South China are required. New dates of the Jiucheng Member constrain the age of the fossil biotas in the middle Dengying Formation and extend the stratigraphic range of Rangea , Hiemalora and Charniodiscus to 546.3 ± 2.7/(3.8) Ma...
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Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 January 2015
GSA Bulletin (2015) 127 (1-2): 250–265.
... system of southern Britain, contains a bedding plane with an impoverished assemblage of ivesheadiomorphs that is constrained to between ca. 611 Ma and 569.1 ± 0.9 Ma (total uncertainty). Higher-diversity biotas, including the holotypes of Charnia , Charniodiscus , and Bradgatia , occupy the upper part...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 March 2014
Journal of Paleontology (2014) 88 (2): 207–223.
... attached, reflecting Fermeuse-style preservation of the basal level of the community. Epifaunal fronds ( Beothukis, Charnia, Charniodiscus ) and benthic recliners ( Fractofusus ) were most commonly preserved intrastratally on horizontal parting surfaces within turbidite and contourite beds, reflecting...
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