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Figure 5

From: Competition and mimicry: the curious case of chaetae in brachiopods from the middle Cambrian Burgess Shale

Figure 5

Extant brachiopod genera. A-B, Discinisca lamellosa, Namibia. A, SMNH141416, Gregarious cluster of individuals exhibiting chaetae. B, SMNH141417, Gregarious cluster of individuals exhibiting chaetae.C, Terebratulina retusa, west coast of Sweden, Arrow directed towards marginal chaetae. D-E, Lingula adamsi, SMNH141418, Beidaine, Hebei Province, China. D, Plan view, scale bar 1 cm. E, Close up of anterolateral chaetae. F-I, Lingula anatina, F-G, SMNH 140566, Ariake Bay, Japan. F, Plan view, scale bar 1 cm. G, close up of anterior chaetae. H-I, SMNH141419, Cebu Island, Philippines. H, Anterior chaetae, scale bar 1 mm. I, Magnification of chaetae, scale bar 50 μm. Scale bars 5 mm unless otherwise stated.

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