Dendroid graptolite fossil

Dendroid graptolite fossil

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Credit: NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM, LONDON/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Dendroid graptolite (Dictyonema flabelliforme) fossil. Graptolites were colonial animals which lived in abundance in Palaeozoic seas. A colony consists of one or more branches along which are arranged cup-like thecae, each of which originally housed a single animal. This specimen dates to the Ordovician and was found in North Wales, UK.

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