Doushantuo type preservation
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The mode of preservation is typically found in shallow, high energy waters, as lenses of phosphate in carbonate rocks. Its occurrence is assisted by high concentrations of phosphate, which are presumably led to precipitate around the degradation products of cells and cell walls.
What is preserved
Cells are preserved at a cellular level, with arguments that sub-cellular structures may even represent cell nuclei.
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