Geological Range of Plants Archaeopteris fossil plant- Sphenophyta Progymnosperm

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Calamites – plant Geological range of various phyla

Ediacaran Fossils- phylum Cnidaria (), Annelida () Late Proterozoic (pC) Segmented worms- Annelida- Late Precambrian to recent Burgess fauna Canadia Polychaete worm from Mazon Creek Burgess Fossil- Hallucigenia sparsa originally classified as an annelid (segmented worm) recently reclassified as an Onychophoran (velvet worms)

Waptia- Burgess shale fauna, an Arthropod, probably a crustacean Rugose Coral (Horn Coral) Cnidaria, Anthozoans, Rugosa Cambrian () Ordovician-Permian Phylum, Class, Order Branching Corals, Cnidaria, Anthozoa, Tabulata Ord to Permian

Scleractin Corals- Cnidaria, Anthozoa, Scleractinia Triassic to recent Triassic to recent Ord to Permian Brachiopods- Brachiopoda, 6 Classes, 25 Orders Cambrian to present

Bryozoans, Lophophorata, 3 Classes, 9 Orders Early Ordovician to present Sponges- Porifera, 4 Classes, (Demospongia, Hexactinellida, Calcarea, Archeocyatha, possibly Stromatoporoids), many orders From the early Cambrian to present Crinoids in addition to S in addition to dollar- Echinodermata, Crinodea in addition to Echinoidea, in addition to numerous Orders Cambrian to recent

Sea star in addition to Brittle star, Echinodermata,Asteroidea in addition to Ophiuroidea, numerous Orders Cambrian to recent Phylum Mollusca- most numerous behind arthropods Classes Aplacophora-no shells Monoplacophera – Chitons Polyplacophora- 2 shelled Scaphopoda – Tooth shells Gastropoda – snails Bivalvia – clams, oysters, mussels Cephalopoda- octopus, squid Ammonite Cephalopod- Mollusca, Cephalopoda, Ammonoidea Devonian to Cretaceous Nautiloid Cephalopod- Mollusca, Cephalopoda, Nautiloidea Cambrian to recent

“Tusk” or “Tooth” shells – Mollusca, Scaphopoda Ordovician to recent Snails- Mollusca, Gastropoda Cambrian to recent Belemnite Mollusk- Mollusca, Belemnoidea, Carboniferous (Mississippian) to Tertiary

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Bivalve Mollusks- e.g., clams, oysters, scallops Mollusca (Pelecypoda), Bivalvia, in addition to numerous Orders Cambrian to recent “Tully monster” – unknown systematics- possibly Mollusca Found only in Mazon Creek Fm, Pennsylvanian System only State Fossil! Arthropod systematics- most abundant organisms presently four Classes with many dozens of Orders Trilobita- trilobites Chelicerata- spiders, scorpions, horseshoe crabs Crustacea- crabs, shrimp, lobsters Uniramia- insects May be several other Classes that should be added, related to organisms found in the burgess shale in addition to other localities (e.g., China).

Trilobites-Arthropoda, Trilobita, in addition to many Orders

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