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Temporal range: Cambrian
Paracarinachitids are a group of small shelly fossils that may be related to the cambroclaves. They resemble small limpets with a large spine on their pinnacle; they have concentric growth rings resulting from incremental growth.
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- Conway Morris, S. (1991). "Cambroclaves and paracarinachitids, early skeletal problematica from the Lower Cambrian of South China". Palaeontology 34: 357–397. http://palaeontology.palass-pubs.org/pdf/Vol%2034/Pages%20357-397.pdf.
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