Incertae sedis (fossils)

Harlaniella Sokolov, 1972

Taxon description

Ivantsov, 2013b

D i a g n o s i s. Narrow convex flat to concave linear impressions or rare rod-shaped casts with an elliptical transverse section, gently curved to less commonly straight. Simple or branching, located at lower surfaces of sandy layers. Ornamentation in the form of closely spaced oblique transverse (directed forth and right) or sublongitudinal furrows.

Selection of related publications
Ivantsov, A. Yu. 2013. New data on Late Vendian problematic fossils from the genus Harlaniella. Stratigraphy and Geological Correlation 21, 6, 592-600. DOI:10.1134/S0869593813060051
Landing, E., Peng, S., Babcock, L. E., Geyer, G., Moczydlowska-Vidal, M. 2007. Global standard names for the Lowermost Cambrian Series and Stage. Episodes 30, 4, 287-289. DOI:10.18814/epiiugs/2007/v30i4/004
Jensen, S. 2003. The Proterozoic and Earliest Cambrian Trace Fossil Record; Patterns, Problems and Perspectives. Integrative and Comparative Biology 43, 1, 219-228. DOI:10.1093/icb/43.1.219
Palij, V. M., Posti, E., Fedonkin, M. A. 1979. Soft-bodied Metazoa and trace fossils of Vendian and Lower Cambrian. Upper Precambrian and Cambrian Paleontology of East-European Platform, pp. 49-82.
Palij, V. M. 1976. Remains of soft-bodied animals and trace fossils from the upper Precambrian and Lower Cambrian of Podolia. Paleontology and stratigraphy of the Upper Precambrian and Lower Paleozoic of the southwest of the East European Platform. Ed. Shulga P. L., pp. 63-77.