Bitter Springs (fossil locality)
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Bitter Springs is a Precambrian fossil locality in Australia, which preserves microorganisms in silica. Its preservational mode ceased in the late Precambrian with the advent of silicifying organisms.
- Schopf, J.W. (1 May 1968). "Microflora of the Bitter Springs Formation, Late Precambrian, Central Australia". Journal of Paleontology 42 (3): 651–688. Retrieved 2008-07-01.
- Butterfield, Nicholas J. (2003). "Exceptional Fossil Preservation and the Cambrian Explosion". Integrative and Comparative Biology 43 (1): 166–177. doi:10.1093/icb/43.1.166. PMID 21680421.
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