Anoigmaichnus odinsholmensis Vinn, Wilson, Mõtus et Toom, 2014

Taxon description

Vinn et al., 2014e

Diagnosis. — Shafts perpendicular to host's growth surface or tilted (up to 45°); conical to cylindrical; circular to oval cross-sections; lackingseparate wall. The shafts cut through host's skeleton throughout most of their length. The apertures are elevated above host's growth

Synonymy list
2014     Anoigmaichnus odinsholmensis ichnosp. nov. — Vinn et al. , pp. 130, fig. 3A-F
2018     Anoigmaichnus odinsholmensis Vinn, Wilson, Mõtus et Toom, 2014 — Vinn et al. , pp. 115, fig. 2A-D
Selection of related publications
Vinn, O., Ernst, A., Wilson, M. A., Toom, U. 2022. Symbiosis in trepostome bryozoans from the Sandbian (Late Ordovician) of Estonia. Historical Biology 34, 6, 1029-1038. DOI:10.1080/08912963.2021.1959579
Vinn, O., Ernst, A., Toom, U. 2018. Bioclaustrations in Upper Ordovician bryozoans from northern Estonia. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie. Abhandlungen 289, 1, 113-121. DOI:10.1127/njgpa/2018/0752
Vinn, O., Wilson, M. A., Mõtus, M., Toom, U. 2014. The earliest bryozoan parasite: Middle Ordovician (Darriwilian) of Osmussaar Island, Estonia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 414, 129-132. DOI:10.1016/j.palaeo.2014.08.021
Organism groupBiota
Incertae sedis (fossils)
Ichnofossil groupBioclaustration structures
References based on distribution