Project 3215: T. Shao,Y. Liu,B. Duan,H. Zhang,H. Zhang,Q. Wang,Y. Zhang,J. Qin. 2018. The Fortunian (lowermost Cambrian) Qinscyphus necopinus (Cnidaria, Scyphozoa, Coronatae) underwent direct development. Jahrbuch fuer Geologie und Palaeontologie. 289 (2):149-159.
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Appendix S1 (Downloaded 3 times )
Micro-CT movie of volume rendition of the fossil embryo UMCU 17CHD0919-001.
Appendix S2 (Downloaded 1 time )
Micro-CT movie based on volume rendition of the fossil embryo UMCU 17CHD0919-001. Slices parallel to oral-aboral axis.
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Micro-CT movie based on volume rendition of the fossil embryo UMCU 17CHD0919-001. Slices parallel to the transverse plane, starting from the oral side.
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Location map and stratigraphic column of the Cambrian Fortunian Zhangjiagou section in southern Shaanxi Province, South China. The key horizon yielding the current specimens of Qinscyphus necopinus LIU, SHAO & ZHANG in LIU et al. 2017 is denoted by an arrow.
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Hatched stages of Qinscyphus necopinus LIU, SHAO & ZHANG in LIU et al. 2017 from the Cambrian Fortunian Zhangjiagou Lagerstätte. A, UMCU 2015XQB086, holotype; B, opposite side of A; A and B are re-figured from LIU et al. (2017); C, UMCU 17CHD0918-002, oral-lateral view; D, oral view of C; E, UMCU 17CHD0916-003, lateral view; F, opposite view of E. In A, B, C, E, F, the white arrows denote median furrows that bisect the interradial belts, and the black arrows denote the marginal furrows that demarcate the interradial belts and the perradial belts. In D, black arrows denote the perradial belts with triangular thickenings, and the asterisks denote the interradial belts. Scale bar applies to all images.
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Hatched stages of Qinscyphus necopinus LIU, SHAO & ZHANG in LIU et al. 2017 from the Cambrian Fortunian Zhangjiagou section. A–C, close-up views of the holotype UMCU 2015XQB086; A, close-up of Fig. 1A; B, close-up of Fig. 1B; C, close-up of Fig. 1A; D, close-up of Fig. 1D; E, close-up of Fig. 1E; F, close-up of Fig. 1F. Black arrows denote the median furrows that bisect the interradial belts. White arrows denote the marginal furrows that demarcate the perradial belts and the interradial belts.
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Reconstruction of hatched stage of Qinscyphus necopinus LIU, SHAO & ZHANG in LIU et al. 2017.
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Fossil embryos from the Cambrian Fortunian Zhangjiagou section (A–C) and Xinli section (D–I). A, UMCU 17CHD0919-001, Qinscyphus necopinus LIU, SHAO & ZHANG in LIU et al. 2017, lateral view, egg membrane lost; B, oral view of A, white arrows denote the two marginal furrows and the single median furrow; C, reconstruction of the embryo of Q. necopinus, oral-lateral view, egg membrane omitted; D, Olivooides multisulcatus QIAN 1977, NIGP160458, lateral view, egg membrane lost; E, oral view of D; F, Quadrapyrgites quadratacris (LI 1984), NIGP160459, lateral view, egg membrane lost; G, oral view of F; H, O. multisulcatus, NIGP160435, oral view; I, light microscope image of H, oral view; H and I are re-figured from LIU et al. (2017). In B, E, G, and I, black arrows denote the perradial belts, whereas asterisks denote the interradial belts. Scale bar above A applies to A–C; scale bar below F applies to D–I.