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<span class="search-highlight">Haplophrentis</span> <span class="search-highlight">carinatus</span>  from the Rockslide Formation, middle
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Published: 01 January 2015
Figure 13 Haplophrentis carinatus from the Rockslide Formation, middle Cambrian, Ravens Throat River area, Mackenzie Mountains: ( 1 ), conch with operculum and helens (TMP 2013.101.0058); ( 2 ), conch with operculum and one helen (TMP 2013.101.0059
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Published: 01 January 2015
Journal of Paleontology (2015) 89 (1): 51–71.
...Figure 13 Haplophrentis carinatus from the Rockslide Formation, middle Cambrian, Ravens Throat River area, Mackenzie Mountains: ( 1 ), conch with operculum and helens (TMP 2013.101.0058); ( 2 ), conch with operculum and one helen (TMP 2013.101.0059...
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Stanleycaris hirpex  assemblages. A–C, ROMIP 66118, assemblage slab represe...
Published: 01 November 2021
in A, arrowhead indicating flexibly deformed endite; D, ROMIP 59976, isolated assemblage; E, ROMIP 59977, isolated assemblage; F, ROMIP 59975, Stanleycaris and Hurdia appendages preserved together. Abbreviations: fa, frontal appendage; Hc, Haplophrentis carinatus ; Ht, Hurdia triangulata ; oc, oral cone
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Burgess Shale–type (BST) fossils from the “thin” Stephen Formation, Stanley...
Published: 01 September 2010
Figure 3. Burgess Shale–type (BST) fossils from the “thin” Stephen Formation, Stanley Glacier area. A: Haplophrentis carinatus , ROM (Royal Ontario Museum) 59943. B: Isolated appendages of Stanleycaris hirpex n. gen., n. sp. (left; see also Data Repository Item DR1B [see footnote 1
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FIGURE 5 —Ecdysozoan fossils, scale bars 5 mm unless indicated. A–C) Priapu...
Published: 01 July 2007
FIGURE 5 —Ecdysozoan fossils, scale bars 5 mm unless indicated. A–C) Priapulid body and ichnofossils; A) Ottoia prolifica from Burgess Shale (USNM 188616 counterpart) with three Haplophrentis carinatus conchs in gut; note apertural ends of hyolithids oriented toward anus of the worm, at upper
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Journal: Geology
Published: 01 September 2010
Geology (2010) 38 (9): 811–814.
...Figure 3. Burgess Shale–type (BST) fossils from the “thin” Stephen Formation, Stanley Glacier area. A: Haplophrentis carinatus , ROM (Royal Ontario Museum) 59943. B: Isolated appendages of Stanleycaris hirpex n. gen., n. sp. (left; see also Data Repository Item DR1B [see footnote 1...
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Examples of  Pararotadiscus guizhouensis  with associated taxa (indicated b...
Published: 30 April 2018
and cranidia and pygidia of Pagetia (GTB-9-4-512); ( 4 ) with dissociated brachiopod valves and cranidia and pygidia of Pagetia (GTBM-9-5-3462); ( 5 ) with Haplophrentis cf. H . carinatus (Matthew, 1899 ) (Mao et al., 1992 ) and pygidia of Pagetia (GTB-9-4-2256); ( 6 ) with trilobite cranidia
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Journal: Paleobiology
Published: 01 February 2020
Paleobiology (2020) 46 (1): 58–81.
... on disarticulated or dissociated material, including carapaces of bivalved arthropods such as Tokummia katalepsis , hurdiid carapaces such as Hurdia sp., or the myomeres of Metaspriggina sp. In rare instances, the number of specimens from surfaces composed exclusively of shelly taxa such as Haplophrentis...
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 July 2007
PALAIOS (2007) 22 (4): 360–372.
...FIGURE 5 —Ecdysozoan fossils, scale bars 5 mm unless indicated. A–C) Priapulid body and ichnofossils; A) Ottoia prolifica from Burgess Shale (USNM 188616 counterpart) with three Haplophrentis carinatus conchs in gut; note apertural ends of hyolithids oriented toward anus of the worm, at upper...
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Published: 30 April 2018
Journal of Paleontology (2018) 92 (6): 972–981.
... and cranidia and pygidia of Pagetia (GTB-9-4-512); ( 4 ) with dissociated brachiopod valves and cranidia and pygidia of Pagetia (GTBM-9-5-3462); ( 5 ) with Haplophrentis cf. H . carinatus (Matthew, 1899 ) (Mao et al., 1992 ) and pygidia of Pagetia (GTB-9-4-2256); ( 6 ) with trilobite cranidia...
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Published: 30 June 2021
Geological Magazine (2021) 158 (11): 1951–1959.
... forward towards the anterior of the operculum (Fig.  2 a, b), and likely connected with tentacles as described in the hyolithids Haplophrentis reesei and H. carinatus (Moysiuk et al. 2017 ) and the orthothecid Triplicatella opimus (Liu et al. 2020 a , b ). The pharyngeal organ extends...
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 February 2005
PALAIOS (2005) 20 (1): 3–26.
..., and eaten alive by the predator worms ( Conway Morris, 1979 ; Briggs et al., 1994 ). Ribbon-like accumulations filled with hyoliths ( Haplophrentis carinatus ), similar to the elongate aggregates, have been reported from the middle Cambrian Stephen Formation, British Columbia ( Babcock and Robison...
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Journal: Paleobiology
Published: 01 November 2021
Paleobiology (2021) 47 (4): 704–724.
... in A, arrowhead indicating flexibly deformed endite; D, ROMIP 59976, isolated assemblage; E, ROMIP 59977, isolated assemblage; F, ROMIP 59975, Stanleycaris and Hurdia appendages preserved together. Abbreviations: fa, frontal appendage; Hc, Haplophrentis carinatus ; Ht, Hurdia triangulata ; oc, oral cone...
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Journal: Paleobiology
Published: 06 November 2015
Paleobiology (2016) 42 (1): 27–53.
... , 37- Spartobranchus tenuis , 38- Gogia ? sp. A few taxa account for much of the ecological abundance at the two sites. The most abundant taxa from the Walcott Quarry are predominantly detritivores (e.g., Liangshanella burgessensis , Burgessia bella , Haplophrentis carinatus...
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Published: 01 January 2022
Journal of Paleontology (2022) 96 (1): 127–142.
... in the middle Cambrian (Vannier and Chen, 2005 ; Vannier, 2012 ), such as the priapulid worm Ottoia from the Burgess Shale in which ingested specimens of Haplophrentis carinatus (Matthew, 1899 ) have been found lining its gut (Conway Morris, 1977 ; Bruton, 2001 ), and from the Ravens Throat River...
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