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- border of each segment and in the growth zone of the stub feet. Although onychophorans fall within the protostome group, their early development has a deuterostome...
- priapulids and onychophorans, there is a layer of outermost circular muscles and a layer of innermost longitudinal muscles. The onychophorans also has a third...
- spiders and scorpions; the crustaceans; and the uniramia, consisting of onychophorans, myriapods and hexapods. These arguments usually byp****ed trilobites...
- related to the ancestors of arthropods and of which the living animals onychophorans (velvet worms) and tardigrades may also be members. In the 1970s, there...
- modern onychophorans. Hallucigenia also exhibits certain characters inherited from the ancestral ecdysozoan, but lost in the modern onychophorans – in particular...
- Burgess shale. Extant phyla in these rocks include molluscs, brachiopods, onychophorans, tardigrades, arthropods, echinoderms and hemichordates, along with...
- sense if the mouth of onychophorans was originally terminal and has been bent downwards. Second, the antennae of the onychophorans appear to be innervated...
- evident. A pair of legs marks the posterior end of the body, unlike in onychophorans where the **** projects posteriad; this may be an adaptation to the...
- PMID 25132546. Ou, Qiang (2012). "Cambrian lobopodians and extant onychophorans provide new insights into early cephalization in Panarthropoda". Nature...
- pustules. All remaining onychophorans are fossil species in the order Ontonychophora. Poinar, G. Jr. (2000). "Fossil Onychophorans from Dominican and Baltic...
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