Drifting organisms in the Precambrian sea



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Drag marks in the Upper Precambrian Winnall Beds of central Australia were made by semibuoyant flexible objects at least 15 centimeters long, which presumably were algae. This find extends the range of such marks into the Precambrian era and supplements the discovery of microflora in the same sedimentary sequence.
Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title Drifting organisms in the Precambrian sea
Series title Science
Volume 153
Issue 3733
Year Published 1966
Language English
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First page 293
Last page 294
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