An evolutionary clue, curled up and long unstudied, in a Harvard museum


Sarah Losso (pictured) holds up a trilobite glass slide.

Sarah Losso with one of the trilobite glass slides.

Photos by Niles Singer/Harvard Staff Photographer

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An evolutionary clue, curled up and long unstudied, in a Harvard museum

Trilobites’ soft undersides show mechanics of early ‘enrollment’ defense

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New research sheds light on the soft undersides of trilobites, and the evolutionary mechanism that allowed these ancient arthropods to curl up their bodies for protection….
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