Data from: The Collins’ monster, a spinous suspension-feeding lobopodian from the Cambrian Burgess Shale of British Columbia

Jean-Bernard Caron & Cédric Aria
Lobopodians, a paraphyletic group of Palaeozoic vermiform animals bearing metameric appendages, are key to the origin of extant panarthropods. First discovered in 1983 on Mount Stephen (Yoho National Park, British Columbia), the Cambrian (Wuliuan) Burgess Shale lobopodian nicknamed “Collins’ monster” is formally described as Collinsovermis monstruosus gen. et sp. nov. A formal systematic revision of the poorly known lobopodian Acinocricus stichus from Utah is also provided. The body of Collinsovermis is plump and compact, lacking...
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