Fossil group: Ichnofossils
Organism group Bioclaustration structures

Taxon ID: 16179 | 2018-05-03 / 2018-07-13
Belongs to: Ichnofossils
Sister taxa: Bioerosional trace fossils | Soft-sediment trace fossils
Contains: Anoigmaichnus | Balticapunctum | Burrinjuckia | Chaetosalpinx | Helicosalpinx | Tremichnus
Baltoscandian species (in database): 13

Selection of related publications

  • Vinn et al., 2018c. Symbiosis of cornulitids and bryozoans in the late Ordovician of Estonia [DOI]
  • Vinn et al., 2018b. Bioclaustrations in Upper ordovician bryozoans from northern Estonia [DOI]
  • Vinn et al., 2015c. Tremichnus in crinoid pluricolumnals from the Silurian of Western Estonia (Baltica) [DOI]
  • Vinn & Wilson, 2015a. Symbiotic interactions in the Ordovician of Baltica [DOI]
  • Vinn et al., 2015b. Bioerosion of Inorganic Hard Substrates in the Ordovician of Estonia (Baltica) [DOI]
  • Vinn & Mõtus, 2014b . Symbiotic worms in biostromal stromatoporoids from the Ludfordian (Late Silurian) of Saaremaa, Estonia [DOI]
  • Vinn et al., 2014e. The earliest bryozoan parasite: Middle Ordovician (Darriwilian) of Osmussaar Island, Estonia [DOI]
  • Vinn et al., 2014a. Symbiotic endobiont biofacies in the Silurian of Baltica [DOI]
  • Vinn et al., 2014d. Earliest rhynchonelliform brachiopod parasite from the Late Ordovician of northern Estonia (Baltica) [DOI]
  • Mõtus & Vinn, 2009. The worm endosymbionts in tabulate corals from the Silurian of Podolia, Ukraine [DOI]
  • Rozhnov, 1989. New data about rhipidocystids (Eocrinoidea)
  • Palmer & Wilson, 1988. Parasitism of ordovician bryozoans and the origin of pseudoborings
  • Stel, 1976. The Palaeozoic hard substrate trace fossils Helicosalpinx, Chaetosalpinx and Torquaysalpinx
  • Klaamann, 1959a. On the tabulate fauna of the Juuru and Tamsalu stages