Echinoid Associated Traces (EAT)

Elizabeth Petsios, Roger Portell, Shamindri Tennakoon, Tobias Grun, Michal Kowalewski, Lyndsey Farrar & Carrie Tyler
Predation traces found on fossilized prey remains can be used to quantify the evolutionary history of biotic interactions. Fossil mollusk shells bearing these types of traces provided key evidence for the rise of predation during the Mesozoic Marine Revolution (MMR), an event which is thought to have reorganized global marine ecosystems. However, predation pressure on prey groups other than mollusks has not been explored adequately. Consequently, the ubiquity, tempo, and synchronicity of the MMR cannot...
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