This category is for websites dealing specifically with conodonts. Conodont elements are fossils of phosphatic tooth-like structures now believed to be part of the feeding apparatus of extinct early vertebrates.
Information from Wikipedia on this group of extinct chordates resembling eels, their description, ecology, classification and their fossil teeth.
Conodont elements are commonly found in marine deposits and are the only fossil remains of a soft-bodied creature. This article outlines the history of their study, their biology and life cycle.
Conodonts: Past, Present, Future
Article by Walter Sweet and Philip Donaghue from the Journal of Palaeontology. [PDF]
Conodont collection of James Davison. Also contains information about conodont research.
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