Ainiktozoon loganense, Illustration

Ainiktozoon loganense, Illustration

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Caption: Ainiktozoon loganense is an enigmatic fossil organism from the Silurian of Scotland. A significant evolutionary milestone during the Silurian was the diversification of jawed and bony fish. Originally described as an early chordate, recent studies suggest that it was in fact an arthropod, more precisely a thylacocephalid crustacean. Undated, no illustrator credited.

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