Spriggina floundersi appears to be an errant annelid. It possesses definate cephalization (it has a well developed head) and a mouth. Specimens also show definate segmentation, with rare specimens possessing possible setae, and a through gut. The animal had a relatively resiliant body since it is always preserved as a concave mould (impressed into the bottom of the covering sandstone. Length of specimen = 4.5 cm.

Note circular mouth structure in these specimens
Length of specimen 2.0 cm.
Length of specimen 3.5 cms.

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