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From: Variation in appendages in early Cambrian bradoriids reveals a wide range of body plans in stem-euarthropods

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Kunyangella cheni (Huo, 1965) and Indiana sp.: ai, mo Kunyangella cheni (a, b, d, e, gi, mo YKLP 16232; c, f YKLP 16236); jl Indiana sp. (YKLP 16231). All images are stereo-pairs with a 20° tilt. a Right lateral view. b Incomplete right appendage 1, right lateral view, showing four distal podomeres (arrows mark podomere boundaries). c Right lateral view. d Right appendage 2, right lateral view. e Right appendage 3, right lateral view. f Right appendage 1, right lateral view. g Right appendage 4, right lateral view. h Right appendage 5, right lateral view. i Left appendage 6, right lateral view. j Left lateral view. k Left appendage 1, left lateral view. l Right appendage 7, left lateral view. m Right appendage 7, right lateral view. n Right appendage 8, right lateral view. o Right appendage 10, right lateral view. Scale bar: a 1.20 mm; b 430 µm; c 1.38 mm; d 390 µm; e 490 µm; f 990 µm; g 570 µm; h 640 µm; i 570 µm; j 960 µm; k 610 µm; l 560 µm; m 390 µm; n 380 µm; o 460 µm. Abbreviations additional to Fig. 1: ba basipod, ces castellate endite with seta(e), et endite(s), numbers 1–10 refer to the podomeres and/or endites, from distal to proximal. For Indiana sp., the full complement of setae on podomeres 2–4 of the antennae (a1) are visible in Supplementary Fig. 2

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