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From: Triassic: the crucial period of post-Palaeozoic crinoid diversification

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Attachment structures. a Traumatocrinus hsui, terminal stem with root cirri welded to driftwood, Xiaowa Formation, Guanling (China), scale 10 mm, MHI 1882/1. b–e Encrinus liliiformis, Upper Muschelkalk, Trochitenkalk Formation. bd terminal stems with regenerated columnals, Wollmershausen (Germany), scales 5 mm, MHI 2052/1–2052/3. e Cluster of encrusting holdfasts from a bioherm, Warburg (Germany), scale 10 mm, MHI 1255/1. f Carnallicrinus carnalli, discoid holdfasts attached to a bored hardground, Lower Muschelkalk, Jena Formation, Gutendorf (Germany), scale 10 mm, MHI 1555/1. g–i Millericrinida gen. nov., discoid holdfasts with irregular lateral callus growth, Hallstatt Limestone, Timor, scales 10 mm, IPB Bather 1a–1c. j–l Holocrinus dubius, preformed rupture point below nodals. j Noditaxis with terminal nodal and cirri attached indicating stem rupture, Lower Muschelkalk, Udelfangen Formation, Ralingen-Kersch (Germany), scale 5 mm, MHI 1276/6. kl proximal pluricolumnal with crenulated lower nodal sutures, symplectial lower nodal facet, Lower Muschelkalk, Jena Formation, Dietershausen (Germany), scales 5 mm (l), 1 mm (k), MHI 1182/3/1, 1182/3/2. m–n Singularocrinus sp. synostosial lower nodal facet, Hanwang Formation, Hanwang (China), scale 1 mm, MHI 1603/1/2, 1603/1/4. o–p Tyrolecrinus tyrolensis, cryptosymplectial lower nodal facet, Cassian Formation, St. Kassian, scale 1 mm, o (syntype) GBA 1865/3/83 × 7, p (holotype) GBA 1865/3/83 × 6

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