Ichnofossils
Species

Oravaichnium carinatum Stachacz, Knaust et Matysik, 2021

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Taxon description

Stachacz et al., 2021a

Diagnosis. Horizontal to oblique, straight or arcuate, walllike burrow with a downwardly or upwardly carinate, amygdaloid or pear-shaped cross section, essentially tapering in one or both directions, homogeneous fill, and smooth or faintly chevroned margin.

Type specimen data
holotype : Institute of Geological Sciences, Jagiellonian University of Kraków INGUJ214P/Zy2 , Żyglin quarry , ( ) AnisianLower Gogolin Beds, Lower Muschelkalk
Synonymy list
2021     Oravaichnium carinatum isp. nov. — Stachacz, Knaust & Matysik , fig. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Selection of related publications
Stachacz, M., Knaust, D., Matysik, M. 2021. Middle Triassic bivalve traces from central Europe (Muschelkalk, Anisian): overlooked burrows of a common ichnofabric. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 96, 175-196. DOI:10.1007/s12542-021-00583-6
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Classification
Organism groupBiota
Ichnofossil groupIchnofossils
Soft-sediment trace fossils
GenusOravaichnium
Speciescarinatum
hrabei
References based on distribution