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Journal Article
Published: 11 July 2018
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2018) 55 (11): 1223–1239.
...T. Alexander Dececchi; Guy M. Narbonne; Carolyn Greentree; Marc Laflamme The Rangeomorpha are the oldest, most diverse, and most disparate clade of Ediacaran macrofossils. Easily identifiable by their self-similar branching pattern, they occupied epibenthic niche space ranging from the lowest...
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 22 December 2020
PALAIOS (2020) 35 (12): 495–511.
... in the assemblage is the Rangeomorpha, a frondose clade characterized by self-similar, repeating branching architecture known worldwide from rocks of Ediacaran age. Variations in branching characters and gross morphology have historically been used to divide this group, but there has been little consistency...
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Journal: Paleobiology
Published: 07 March 2017
Paleobiology (2017) 43 (2): 171–180.
... 20 ingroup taxa with previously asserted affinities to the Arboreomorpha, Erniettomorpha, and Rangeomorpha. Using a newly derived morphological character matrix that incorporates multiple axes of potential phylogenetically informative data, including architectural, developmental, and structural...
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Phylogeny of <span class="search-highlight">Rangeomorpha</span> using  Arborea  as the outgroup to polarize the d...
Published: 11 July 2018
Fig. 1. Phylogeny of Rangeomorpha using Arborea as the outgroup to polarize the data: (A) strict consensus tree; (B) majority-rule consensus tree. Numbers above nodes represent percentage of trees supporting that node.
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Phylogeny of <span class="search-highlight">Rangeomorpha</span> using  Pteridinium  as the outgroup to polarize t...
Published: 11 July 2018
Fig. 2. Phylogeny of Rangeomorpha using Pteridinium as the outgroup to polarize the data: (A) strict consensus tree; (B) majority-rule consensus tree. Numbers above nodes represent percentage of trees supporting that node.
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Phylogeny of <span class="search-highlight">Rangeomorpha</span> using  Swartpuntia  as the outgroup to polarize t...
Published: 11 July 2018
Fig. 3. Phylogeny of Rangeomorpha using Swartpuntia as the outgroup to polarize the data: (A) strict consensus tree; (B) majority-rule consensus tree. Numbers above nodes represent percentage of trees supporting that node.
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Phylogeny of <span class="search-highlight">Rangeomorpha</span> using an artificial outgroup; see text for detail...
Published: 11 July 2018
Fig. 4. Phylogeny of Rangeomorpha using an artificial outgroup; see text for details on its composition: (A) strict consensus tree; (B) majority-rule consensus tree. Numbers above nodes represent percentage of trees supporting that node.
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Phylogeny of <span class="search-highlight">Rangeomorpha</span> using an artificial outgroup, with the presence o...
Published: 11 July 2018
Fig. 5. Phylogeny of Rangeomorpha using an artificial outgroup, with the presence of a holdfast included, though this is a derivate state in the matrix: (A) strict consensus tree; (B) majority-rule consensus tree. Numbers above nodes represent percentage of trees supporting that node.
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Ediacaran biota in space and time.  1–12 , <span class="search-highlight">Rangeomorpha</span>:  1 ,  Trepassia wa...
Published: 01 March 2014
Figure 7 Ediacaran biota in space and time. 1–12 , Rangeomorpha: 1 , Trepassia wardae ( Narbonne and Gehling, 2003 ); 2 , Vinlandia antecedens ( Laflamme et al., 2007 ); 3 , Charnia masoni Ford, 1958 , 4 , Frondophyllas grandis Bamforth and Narbonne, 2009 ; 5 , Pectinifrons
Journal Article
Published: 25 October 2018
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2018) 55 (11): v–vi.
... SPICE signal, and suggest that local diagenesis and (or) deposition within a semi-restricted basin could account for discrepancies from the global SPICE signal. Dececchi and colleagues (2018) put forward a phylogenetic hypothesis describing the interrelationships of the Ediacaran Rangeomorpha...
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2013
Journal of Paleontology (2013) 87 (1): 1–15.
...Patricia Vickers-Rich; Andrey Yu Ivantsov; Peter W. Trusler; Guy M. Narbonne; Mike Hall; Siobhan A. Wilson; Carolyn Greentree; Mikhail A. Fedonkin; David A. Elliott; Karl H. Hoffmann; Gabi I. C. Schneider Abstract Rangea is the type genus of the Rangeomorpha, an extinct clade near the base...
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Published: 01 March 2012
Journal of Paleontology (2012) 86 (2): 193–200.
... the functional morphospace available to Ediacaran rangeomorphs. The first appearance of a cylindrical macroscopic stem in C. plumosa in the Briscal Formation of the Mistaken Point Ecological Reserve marks a significant departure from the modular repetitive branching typical of the Rangeomorpha, and exemplifies...
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Published: 24 September 2020
Geological Magazine (2022) 159 (7): 1160–1174.
... the tip of the frond towards the base – is acute near the tip, becoming progressively steeper in angle in successive units in a series (Fig.  5 a). The conclusion that continuous characters should not be included in generic diagnoses of the Rangeomorpha (Liu et al. 2016 ) has been contested...
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Possible structural homology between rhomboidal segments in representatives...
Published: 01 March 2014
Figure 2 Possible structural homology between rhomboidal segments in representatives of Petalonamae, Dickinsoniomorpha and Rangeomorpha: 1 , Ventogyrus chistyakovi Ivantsov and Grazhdankin, 1997 , Erga Formation, Onega River, PIN 4564-1009, ( Fedonkin and Ivantsov, 2007 , fig. 3 ); 2
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2022
Geological Magazine (2022) 159 (7): 997–998.
... described, and Dickinsonia rex redescribed. The fractal-like rangeomorpha are another important group of macroscopic Ediacaran fossils. Butterfield finds that three-dimensionally preserved Charnia from the White Sea possessed a bag-shaped morphology, with internal water-filled compartments interpreted...
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Published: 01 July 2008
Journal of Paleontology (2008) 82 (4): 763–777.
... its official status, and are reposited in their collections under the specimen numbers listed. The new taxon is referred to the extinct stem-group taxon Rangeomorpha, originally described as a Class by Pflug in 1972 , but probably a higher order taxon ( Narbonne, 2004 , 2005 ; Sperling et al...
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Published: 01 September 2005
Geological Magazine (2005) 142 (5): 571–582.
... and plumose fossils from Newfoundland that together are referred to as Rangeomorpha ( Anderson & Conway Morris, 1982 ; Jenkins, 1985 ; Narbonne & Gehling, 2003 ; Narbonne, 2004 ; Brasier & Antcliffe, 2004 ; O’Brien & King, 2004 ). It is interesting to note in this connection...
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Representatives of major high-level taxonomic groups of Ediacaran organisms...
Published: 01 March 2014
, Winter Mountains, Southeast White Sea area, PIN 3993-7004, vertical preservation in sandstone; 7, Rangea schneiderhoehni Gürich, 1929 (Rangeomorpha), Erga Formation, Winter Mountains, Southeast White Sea area, PIN 3993-7021, epirelief; 8 , Cyclomedusa davidi Sprigg, 1947 , a microbial colony
Journal Article
Published: 21 May 2007
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2007) 44 (3): 367–387.
... are referred to the Rangeomorpha, defined by Pflug ( 1972 ) as a class, and considered an order by Jenkins ( 1985 ), but potentially of higher taxonomic level ( Narbonne 2004 , 2005 ). Phylum unknown Class (?) Rangeomorpha Pflug, 1972 Genus  Fractofusus n.gen. type species...
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Published: 01 March 2016
Journal of Paleontology (2016) 90 (2): 183–194.
...’; and Charnia -type branching, which is subcategory of Rangea -type, composed of sigmoidal primary branches with a zigzagging central axis, and secondary modular elements that are composed of tertiary rangeomorph elements. The latter two belong to a high-level clade called the Rangeomorpha (Pflug, 1972...
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