Bioerosional trace fossils

Taxon ID: 16114 | 2018-05-01 / 2018-12-09
Fossil group: Ichnofossils
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Stratigraphic range: Kambrium Tänapäev (within ca. 542.0–0.0 million years)
Baltoscandian species (in database):
Selection of related publications
Toom, U., Vinn, O. & Hints, O. 2018. Ordovician and Silurian ichnofossils from carbonate facies in Estonia: A collection-based review. Palaeoworld , DOI:10.1016/j.palwor.2018.07.001
Vinn, O. & Toom, U. 2016. Borings in phosphatized Cambrian siltstone pebbles, Estonia (Baltica). Geological Magazine 153, 4, 635-642. DOI:10.1017/S001675681500076X
Vinn, O. & Toom, U. 2016. A sparsely encrusted hardground with abundant Trypanites boring from the Llandovery of the Velise River, western Estonia (Baltica). Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences 65, 1, 19-26. DOI:10.3176/earth.2016.01
Vinn, O. & Toom, U. 2016. Bioerosion of inorganic hard substrates in the Silurian of Estonia (Baltica). GFF 138, 2, 306-310. DOI:10.1080/11035897.2015.1076513
Vinn, O. & Toom, U. 2015. Some encrusted hardgrounds from the Ordovician of Estonia (Baltica). Carnets de Géologie 15, 7, 63-70. DOI:10.4267/2042/57951
Vinn, O., Wilson, M. A., Ausich, W. I. & Toom. U. 2015. Tremichnus in crinoid pluricolumnals from the Silurian of Western Estonia (Baltica). Carnets de Géologie 15, 17, 239-243. DOI:10.4267/2042/57951
Vinn, O., Wilson, M. A. & Toom, U. 2015. Bioerosion of Inorganic Hard Substrates in the Ordovician of Estonia (Baltica). PLOS ONE , 10(/), 1-17. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0134279
Vinn, O., Wilson, M. A. & Mõtus, M.-A. 2014. The earliest Giant Osprioneides Borings from the Sandbian (Late Ordovician) of Estonia. PLOS ONE 9, 6, 1-6. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0099455
Donovan, S. 2013. A Distinctive Bioglyph and its Producer: Recent Gastrochaenolites Leymerie in a Peat Pebble, North Sea Coast of The Netherlands. Ichnos 20, 3, 109-111. DOI:10.1080/10420940.2013.798318
Knaust, D. & Dronov, A. 2013. Balanoglossites Ichnofabrics from the Middle Ordovician Volkhov Formation (St. Petersburg Region, Russia). Stratigraphy and Geological Correlation 21, 3, 265-279. DOI:10.1134/S0869593813030040
Vinn, O. & Wilson, M. A. 2012. Encrustation and bioerosion on late Sheinwoodian (Wenlock, Silurian) stromatoporoids from Saaremaa, Estonia. Carnets de Géologie 12, 07, 183-191. DOI:10.4267/2042/47551
Vinn, O. & Wilson, M. A. 2010. Early large borings in a hardground of Floian-Dapingian age (Early and Middle Ordovician) in northeastern Estonia (Baltica). Carnets de Géologie 10, 4, 1-4. DOI:10.4267/2042/35594
Vinn, O. & Wilson, M. A. 2010. Occurrence of giant borings of Osprioneides kampto in the lower Silurian (Sheinwoodian) stromatoporoids of Saaremaa, Estonia. Ichnos 17, 3, 166-171. DOI:10.1080/10420940.2010.502478
Dronov, A. V. 2010. Morphological variations of vertical borings and burrows from the Ordovician of East Baltic: ichnotaxonomical implications. IV Workshop on Ichnotaxonomy. Abstracts, pp. 31-32.
Koromyslova, A. V. 2009. New Records of Bryozoans from the Lower Ordovician of the Leningrad Region and Intercolonial Variability in Esthoniopora lessnikowae (Modzalevskaya). Paleontological Journal 43, 2, 153-161. DOI:10.1134/S0031030109020051
Beuck, L., Wisshak, M., Munnecke, A. & Freiwald, A. 2008. A Giant Boring in a Silurian Stromatoporoid Analysed by Computer Tomography. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 53, 1, 149-160. DOI:10.4202/app.2008.0111
Hints, L. & Miidel, A. 2008. Ripple marks as indicators of Late Ordovician sedimentary environments in Northwest Estonia. Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences 57, 1, 11-22. DOI:10.3176/earth.2008.1.02
Wyse Jackson, P. N. & Key, M. M. 2007. Borings in trepostome bryozoans from The Ordovician of Estonia: two ichnogenera produced by a single marker, a case of host morphology control. Lethaia 40, 3, 237-252. DOI:10.1111/j.1502-3931.2007.00021.x
Vinn, O. 2005. The distribution of worm borings in brachiopod shells from the Caradoc Oil Shale of Estonia. Carnets de Géologie 5, article 3, 1-11. DOI:10.4267/2042/2454
Vinn, O. 2005. The tube ultrastructure of serpulids (Annelida, Polychahaeta) Pentaditrypa subtorquata, Cretaceous, and Nogrobs cf. vertebralis, Jurassic, from Germany. Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Geology 54, 4, 260-265.
Ekdale, A. A. & Bromley, R. G. 2001. A day and a night in the life of a cleft-foot clam: Protovirgularia–Lockeia–Lophoctenium. Lethaia 34, 2, 119-124. DOI:10.1080/00241160152418410
Elias, R. J. & Lee, D-J. 1993. Microborings and growth in Late Ordovician Halysitids and other corals. Journal of Paleontology 67, 6, 922-934. DOI:10.1017/S0022336000025221
Bromley, R. G. 1981. Concepts in ichnology illustrated by small round holes in shells. Acta Geologica Hispanica 16, 1-2, 55-64.
Elias, R. J. 1980. Borings in solitary rugose corals of the Selkirk Member, Red River Formation (late Middle or Upper Ordovician), souther Manitoba. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 17, 2, 272-277. DOI:10.1139/e80-023