Anthophyta

The anthophytes are a grouping of plant taxa bearing flower-like reproductive structures. They were formerly thought to be a clade comprising plants bearing flower-like structures. The group contained the angiosperms - the extant flowering plants, such as roses and grasses - as well as the Gnetales and the extinct Bennettitales.
Suctoria
Suctoria are ciliates that become sessile in their developed stage and then lose their redundant cilia. They feed by extracellular digestion. They were originally thought to feed by suction – hence their name. In fact, they use specialized microtubules
Peyssonnelia
Peyssonnelia is a genus of thalloid red alga comprising approximately 63 species. It includes the algae commonly known as rumoi-iwanokawa, mayoi-iwanokawa and akase-iwanokawa. Specimens can reach around 20 cm in size. Peyssonnelia produces tetraspores
Adeyton Group
Adeyton Group is a Cambrian stratigraphic group cropping out in Newfoundland
Wabana Group
The Wabana Group is a group cropping out on Bell Island, Newfoundland
Harbour Main Group
The Harbour Main Group is a group of Neoproterozoic volcanic rocks cropping out in Newfoundland
Crown Hill Formation
Crown Hill Formation is a late Ediacaran volcanic non-marine sedimentary formation in Newfoundland. It's topped off with a bright red conglomerate, with silt and arkose sands of similar hue too
Ichnofabric index
The Droser-Bottjer ichnofabric index is a method used to quantify the degree of bioturbation in a sedimentary rock. It involves grading the amount of trace fossil activity on a scale of 1–6; a value of 1 indicates that bioturbation is entirely absent
Smith Point Formation
The Smith Point Formation is an Early Cambrian, fossil-rich, pink to brick red limestone formation cropping out in Newfoundland
Bull Arm Formation
The Bull Arm Formation is a volcanic formation cropping out in Newfoundland, the youngest of the Musgravetown Group. It is defined as everything between the first and last volcanic horizon, with a recognition that some sandstones will be interbedded, and
Chalceus guaporensis
Chalceus guaporensis is a species of freshwater fish in the family Chalceidae that inhabits northern South America. Alongside C. epakros and C. spilogyros, it was added to the genus Chalceus in the year 2004