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References

  • 1. Illustration of Hallucigenia on Yvonne Navarro's website
  • 2. Past lives: Chronicles of Canadian Paleontology: The Hallucigenia flip[dead link] from the Geological Survey of Canada
  • 3. Connor, Steve (16 December 2002). "Scientists see the light on the 'weirdest' fossil". The Independent.
  • 4. Lewin, Roger (1 May 1992). "Whose View of Life?". Discovery Magazine.
  • 5. Carroll, Sean B. Endless Forms Most Beautiful: The New Science of Evo Devo. New York: W. W. Norton. ISBN 0-393-32779-5.
  • 6. Gould, Stephen Jay (1989). Wonderful life: the Burgess Shale and the nature of history. New York: W.W. Norton. ISBN 0-393-02705-8.
  • Caron, J. -B.; Jackson, D. A. (October 2006). "Taphonomy of the Greater Phyllopod Bed community, Burgess Shale". PALAIOS 21 (5): 451–465. doi:10.2110/palo.2003.P05-070R.
  • Conway Morris, S (1977). "A new metazoan from the Cambrian Burgess Shale of British Columbia". Palaeontology 20: 623–640. http://palaeontology.palass-pubs.org/pdf/Vol%2020/Pages%20623-640.pdf.
  • Other references:
  • Ricker, Thomas (26 July 2007). "The Halluc II: a robotic flashback of your creepy cockroach hallucinations". Engadget.com.
  • Steiner, M., S. Hu, J. Liu, H. Keupp (2012). Bulletin of Geosciences 87: 107–124.

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