Fossil group: Ichnofossils
Organism group Bioerosional trace fossils

Taxon ID: 16114 | 2018-05-01 / 2018-07-10
Belongs to: Ichnofossils
Sister taxa: Bioclaustration structures | Soft-sediment trace fossils
Contains: Caedichnus | Gastrochaenolites | Gnathichnus | Microbioerosional trace fossils | Mycelites | Oichnus | Osprioneides | Palaeosabella | Petroxestes | Rogerella | Ropalonaria | Sanctum | Sulcichnus | Trypanites
Stratigraphic range: Cambrian Recent | ~ 542,0–0,0 Ma
Baltoscandian species (in database): 13

Selection of related publications

  • Vinn & Toom, 2016d. Bioerosion of inorganic hard substrates in the Silurian of Estonia (Baltica) [DOI]
  • Vinn & Toom, 2016e. Borings in phosphatized Cambrian siltstone pebbles, Estonia (Baltica) [DOI]
  • Vinn & Toom, 2016b. A sparsely encrusted hardground with abundant Trypanites boring from the Llandovery of the Velise River, western Estonia (Baltica) [DOI]
  • Vinn et al., 2015c. Tremichnus in crinoid pluricolumnals from the Silurian of Western Estonia (Baltica) [DOI]
  • Vinn et al., 2015b. Bioerosion of Inorganic Hard Substrates in the Ordovician of Estonia (Baltica) [DOI]
  • Vinn & Toom, 2015a. Some encrusted hardgrounds from the Ordovician of Estonia (Baltica) [DOI]
  • Vinn et al., 2014b. The earliest Giant Osprioneides Borings from the Sandbian (Late Ordovician) of Estonia [DOI]
  • Knaust & Dronov, 2013. Balanoglossites Ichnofabrics from the Middle Ordovician Volkhov Formation (St. Petersburg Region, Russia) [DOI]
  • Donovan, 2013a. A Distinctive Bioglyph and its Producer: Recent Gastrochaenolites Leymerie in a Peat Pebble, North Sea Coast of The Netherlands [DOI]
  • Kröger, 2012. The "Vaginaten": the dominant cephalopods of the Baltoscandian Mid Ordovician endocerid limestone [DOI]
  • Dronov, 2010. Morphological variations of vertical borings and burrows from the Ordovician of East Baltic: ichnotaxonomical implications
  • Vinn & Wilson, 2010b. Occurrence of giant borings of Osprioneides kampto in the lower Silurian (Sheinwoodian) stromatoporoids of Saaremaa, Estonia [DOI]
  • Vinn & Wilson, 2010a. Early large borings in a hardground of Floian-Dapingian age (Early and Middle Ordovician) in northeastern Estonia (Baltica) [DOI]
  • Koromyslova, 2009. New Records of Bryozoans from the Lower Ordovician of the Leningrad Region and Intercolonial Variability in Esthoniopora lessnikowae (Modzalevskaya) [DOI]
  • Beuck et al., 2008a. A Giant Boring in a Silurian Stromatoporoid Analysed by Computer Tomography [DOI]
  • Hints, L. & Miidel, 2008. Ripple marks as indicators of Late Ordovician sedimentary environments in Northwest Estonia [DOI]
  • Wyse Jackson & Key, 2007. Borings in trepostome bryozoans from The Ordovician of Estonia: two ichnogenera produced by a single marker, a case of host morphology control [DOI]
  • Vinn, 2005a. The distribution of worm borings in brachiopod shells from the Caradoc Oil Shale of Estonia [DOI]
  • Vinn, 2005b. The tube ultrastructure of serpulids (Annelida, Polychahaeta) Pentaditrypa subtorquata, Cretaceous, and Nogrobs cf. vertebralis, Jurassic, from Germany
  • Ekdale & Bromley, 2001b. A day and a night in the life of a cleft-foot clam: Protovirgularia–Lockeia–Lophoctenium [DOI]
  • Elias & Lee, 1993. Microborings and growth in Late Ordovician Halysitids and other corals [DOI]
  • Bromley, 1981. Concepts in ichnology illustrated by small round holes in shells
  • Elias, 1980. Borings in solitary rugose corals of the Selkirk Member, Red River Formation (late Middle or Upper Ordovician), souther Manitoba [DOI]
  • Männil, Ralf, 1959b. Stratigraphy of Ordovician Bryozoa from Estonia