2 Works

A ten-faced hexangulaconulariid from Cambrian Stage 2 of South China

Junfeng Guo, Jian Han, Heyo Van Iten, Zuchen Song, Yaqin Qiang, Wenzhe Wang, Zhifei Zhang & Guoxiang Li
Hexangulaconulariids (Cambrian stages 1‒2) are an extinct group of medusozoan polyps having a biradially symmetrical, fan-shaped periderm that is distinct from those of medusozoan polyps showing three-, four-, five-, or six-fold radial symmetry. Hexangulaconulariids exhibit substantial variation in gross morphology, including variation in the number of faces on each of the two major sides of the periderm. An intermediate taxon of hexangulaconulariids with ten faces (five on each major side) was expected. Here we describe...

Orientation behavior of riparian Long-Jawed Orb Weavers (Tetragnatha elongata) after displacement over water

Brian Gall & Sidney Goedeker
Many organisms possess remarkable abilities to orient and navigate within their environment to achieve goals. We examined the orientation behavior of a riparian spider, the Long-Jawed Orb Weaver (Tetragnatha elongata), when displaced onto the surface of the water. When displaced, spiders move with alternating movements of the first three leg-pairs while dragging the most posterior pair of legs behind them. In addition, spiders often perform a series of orientation behaviors consisting of concentric circles before...

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  • Hanover College
  • Northwest University
  • Nanjing Institute of Geology and Paleontology
  • Chang'an University