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A Nature paper describes a new species, called Mollisonia plenovenatrix, which is presented as the oldest chelicerate. The discovery places the origin of this group of animals, which includes horseshoe crabs and spiders, to more than 500 million years ago

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A Nature paper describes a new species, called Mollisonia plenovenatrix, which is presented as the oldest chelicerate. The discovery places the origin of this group of animals, which includes horseshoe crabs and spiders, to more than 500 million years ago. https://go.nature.com/2kGxdVu 

Original Article: A Nature paper describes a new species, called Mollisonia plenovenatrix, which is presented as the oldest chelicerate. The discovery places the origin of this group of animals, which includes horseshoe crabs and spiders, to more than 500 million years ago

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