Data from: First record of organic-walled microfossils from the Tonian Shiwangzhuang Formation of the Tumen Group in western Shandong, North China

Chun-Mei Han, Lei Chen, Guang-Jin Li, Ke Pang, Wei Wang, Guang-Zhao Zhou, Le Yang, Wei-Guo Lyu, Kai Wang, Zhen-Hua Zhong, Cheng-Xi Wu & Feng-Jie Yang
Organic-walled microfossils offer an important window onto the biospheric evolution in pre-Cryogenian and provide biostratigraphic implications for many Proterozoic fossiliferous sequences which are poorly age constrained for the lack of reliable radiometric date. Recently, macroscopic carbonaceous compression fossils have been reported for the first time from the Tonian Shiwangzhuang Formation of the Tumen Group in western Shandong, North China. However, organic-walled microfossils have never been discovered in the Shiwangzhuang Formation before. To improve our knowledge...
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