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- morphology as Treptichnus, suggesting a close anatomical relationship between the trace-maker and modern priapulids. The name Treptichnus pedum means "turned-trail...
- the first appearance worldwide of somewhat complicated trace fossils (Treptichnus pedum (Seilacher, 1955)). Although the Ediacaran Period does contain...
- complex ****emblage of trace fossils known as the Treptichnus pedum ****emblage. The use of Treptichnus pedum, a reference ichnofossil to mark the lower...
- fossil Treptichnus pedum that is found worldwide. The Fortune Head GSSP is unlikely to be washed away or built over. Nonetheless, Treptichnus pedum is...
- thought to distinguish Haplotichnus from Treptichnus, are actually seen in one of the syntypes of Treptichnus, further supporting Getty and Bush's (2016)...
- Its base is defined by the first appearance datum of the trace fossil Treptichnus pedum around 541 million years ago. Its top is defined as the first appearance...
- brachiopods & archaeocyathaFirst halkieriids, mollusсs, hyoliths SSF ← Treptichnus pedum Large negative δ13C peak ← First Cloudina & Namacalathus mineral...
- given age (541 million years), but by the appearance of the worldwide Treptichnus pedum diagnostic trace fossil ****emblages. This means that rocks can...
- series. Its base is defined as the first appearance of the trace fossil Treptichnus pedum 541 million years ago. The top of the Fortunian which is the base...
- officially defined as the first appearance of a certain trace fossil, Treptichnus pedum. However, this fossil also appears in older rocks than the locality...
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