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Early animal evolution: evidence from the Ediacaran & Cambrian

Study the evolution and palaeobiology of animals with an honours project in the areas of:

  • Palaeobiology of Beltanelliformis
    • Explore the palaeobiology of Beltanelliformis, the most enigmatic aggregating organism from the Ediacara Biota.
  • Behavioural and palaeoecological analysis of Kangaroo Island fossils
    • Undertake a behavioural and palaeoecological analysis of the trace fossils from the Marsden Sandstone on Kangaroo Island and its bearing on the overlying Emu Bay Shale Lagerstätte.

Supervisor

Associate Professor Diego García-Bellido 

Co-supervisor: Dr Jim Gehling - SA Museum

Research area: Early animal evolution: evidence from the ediacaran and cambrian

Recommended honours enrolment: Honours in Evolution and Palaeobiology

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