Data from: In situ filamentous communities from the Ediacaran (~563 Ma) of Brazil

Bruno Becker-Kerber, Gabriel De Barros, Paulo Paim, Gustavo Prado, Ana Zucatti, Abderrazak El Albani & Marc Laflamme
Precambrian filamentous microfossils are common and diverse. Nevertheless, their taxonomic assignment can be difficult due to their overall simple shapes typically lacking in diagnostic features. Here, we report in situ communities of well-preserved, large filamentous impressions from the Ediacaran Itajaí Basin (ca. 563 Ma) of Brazil. The filaments are uniserial (unbranched) and can reach up to 200 µm in width and up to 44 mm in length. They occur as both densely packed or sparsely...
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