Data from: Chancelloriid sclerites from the Dyeran–Delamaran (lower–middle Cambrian) boundary interval of the Pioche–Caliente region, Nevada, USA

J. Moore, Susannah Porter & Mark Webster
Chancelloriids are a poorly understood group of phylogenetically problematic Cambrian metazoans; complete specimens show they were sessile, radially symmetric, club-shaped organisms covered with sclerites in the form of rosettes of spines. While isolated sclerites are common components of Cambrian shelly assemblages, they have been relatively little studied. We describe chancelloriid sclerites from a series of nine sections spanning the upper Dyeran (uppermost traditional ‘lower’ Cambrian of Laurentia) to lower Delamaran (lowermost traditional ‘middle’ Cambrian) stages...
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