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|D. H. Erwin et al. 2011||Triradialomorphs (Trilobozoa?) are a monophyletic clade characterized by three plains of symmetry (Anfesta; Triforillonia) or by the spiral rotation of three independent arm-like structures (Tribrachidium, Albumares). Each branch is typically composed of smaller branching structures.|