Ichnofossils

Teichichnus Seilacher, 1955

Taxon description

Knaust, 2018a

Diagnosis (emended herein): Vertical to oblique, unbranched or branched, elongated to arcuate spreite burrow with stacked convexdown and/or convex-up laminae and a passively filled terminal causative burrow. Funnel-like extension of the tube and wall ornamentation may be present.

Lima & Netto, 2012

Horizontal, concave tile-shaped, unbranched, flattened burrows forming vertical spreite. Burrow margins showing a discrete sinuosity along the burrow and tiles apparently are separated each other by a muddy film. Burrow fill similar to the host rock and burrow course slightly curved. Average burrow diameter is 9 mm. Preservation in positive hyporelief.

Selection of related publications
Toom, U., Vinn, O., Hints, O. 2019. Ordovician and Silurian ichnofossils from carbonate facies in Estonia: A collection-based review. Palaeoworld 28, 1-2, 123-144. DOI:10.1016/j.palwor.2018.07.001
Vinn, O., Toom, U. 2018. First description of rare Teichichnus burrows from carbonate rocks of the Lower Paleozoic of Estonia. Carnets de Géologie 18, 13, 305-312. DOI:10.4267/2042/68550
Mikuláš, R., Meškis, S., Ivanov, A., Lukševičs, E., Zupinš, I., Stinkulis, G. 2013. A rich ichnofossil assemblage from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) deposits at Andoma Hill, Onega Lake, Russia. Bulletin of Geosciences 88, 2, 389-400. DOI:10.3140/bull.geosci.1358
Schlirf, M., Bromley, R. G. 2007. Teichichnus duplex n. isp., new trace fossil from the Cambrian and the Triassic. Beringeria 37, 133-141.
Bromley, R. G., Uchman, A. 2003. Trace fossils from the Lower and Middle Jurassic marginal-marine deposits of the Sorthat Formation, Bornholm, Denmark. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark 52, 185-208.
Nielsen, J. K., Hansen, K. S., Simonsen, L. 1996. Sedimentology and ichnology of the Robbedale Formation (Lower Cretaceous), Bornholm, Denmark. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark 43, 115-131.