infaunal epiphany

benthic (paleo)ecology, ichnology, paleobiology

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‘Captain Picard, our sensors are reading strange life forms on the surface of Terranova’

I recently came back from the Third International Ichnological Congress, ICHNIA 2012, in Newfoundland (=Terranova). The conference was an excellent opportunity to meet old friends, make new ones, learn about … Continue reading

September 1, 2012 · 2 Comments

From worm to star: primitive bilateral echinoderms from the Cambrian of southern Europe

Echinoderms are among the most fascinating invertebrates inhabiting the sea floor today. They encompass a variety of beautiful and strange forms including the flowery sea lily, the spiny sea urchin, … Continue reading

June 9, 2012 · Leave a comment