Hallucigenia is a genus of Cambrian spike worm like known from well preserved fossils in Burgess Shale deposits in Canada and  Chengjiang biota in China. Researchers from the University of Cambridge, the Royal Ontario Museum and the University of Toronto discovered that the creature, known as Hallucigenia due to its strange appearance, had a throat lined with needle-like teeth and it helps to connect the relations between modern velvet worms and arthropods. Trilobite Design Italia is Proud to annuce the relaese of this new 3D model with highest resolution ever done.

 

YOU HAVE 2 VERSION PAINTED OR TOTAL GREY UNMOUNTED

 

All our models are based on latest scientific publications:

 

Martin R. Smith & Jean-Bernard Caron, Hallucigenia’s head and the pharyngeal armature of early ecdysozoans.Nature volume 523, pages 75–78 (02 July 2015)

 

check this youtube Video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NaT4A8OEDgI

 

3D model Arthropods Hallucigenia sparsa from Burgess Shale

€ 150,00Prezzo
  • size: 10 cm

    model Scale 10:1

    material: Resin with 25 micron resolution scale

    Project: Di Silvestro Gianpaolo

    modellist: Simone Rasetti

    Painter: Luca Vergerio