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- doi:10.1080/10420940600850505.CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link) Trypanites Ichnofacies diagram.[permanent dead link] Trypanites images...
- with specimens of the Trypanites ichnogenus, which are toothpick-sized m****es of holes that characterize some hardgrounds. Trypanites probably result from...
- and its own radiations (see Glaub & Vogel, 2004; Glaub et al., 2007). Trypanites borings in an Upper Ordovician hardground, southeastern Indiana; see Wilson...
- One common kind of burrow fossil is known as Skolithos, and the similar Trypanites, Ophiomorpha and Diplocraterion. Fossil Lungfish burrows are preserved...
- marked by a sudden abundance of hard substrate trace fossils such as Trypanites, Palaeosabella, Petroxestes and Osprioneides. Several groups of endobiotic...
- hardground from Kentucky. The light-colored vertical elements are borings (Trypanites) filled with dolomite. The scale bar is 1.0 cm. A Middle Ordovician hardground...
- by Jur****ic organisms; borings include Gastrochaenolites (some with boring bivalves in place) and Trypanites; Mendip Hills, England; scale bar = 1 cm....
- are Skolithos, Cruziana, Zoophycos, Nereites, Glossifungites, Scoyenia, Trypanites, Teredolites, and Psilonichus. These ****emblages are not random. In fact...
- distribution of Osprioneides is more environmentally limited than that of Trypanites in the Silurian of Saaremaa, Estonia (Baltica). Osprioneides probably...
- Limestone bored by Jur****ic organisms; borings include Gastrochaenolites (some with boring bivalves in place) and Trypanites; Mendip Hills; scale bar = 1 cm...
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