Data from: The arrangement of possible muscle fibres in the Ediacaran taxon Haootia quadriformis

Alexander G. Liu, Jack J. Matthews, Latha R. Menon, Duncan McIlroy & Martin D. Brasier
Haootia quadriformis from Newfoundland, Canada, is one of the most unusual impressions of a soft-bodied macro-organism yet described from the late Ediacaran Period. Interpreted as a metazoan of cnidarian grade, the body impression of H. quadriformis possesses features interpreted as fibrous structures that represent possible evidence for muscular tissue. Evidence both in support of and against a relationship between H. quadriformis and the Staurozoa, one of the cnidarian groups to which Haootia was compared in...
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