Ichnofossils

Didymaulichnus Young, 1972

Taxon description

Young, 1972

Diagnosis.- Gently curving, moderately deep, smooth, furrow-like trails, which are bisected longitudinally by a narrow median ridge. Trails oriented parallel to bedding planes, and may overlap and truncate one another.

Selection of related publications
Davies, N. S., Sansom, I. J., Turner, P. 2006. Trace fossils and paleoenvironments of a Late Silurian marginal-marine/alluvial system: the Ringerike Group (Lower Old Red Sandstone), Oslo Region, Norway. Palaios 21, 1, 46-62. DOI:10.2110/palo.2003.p03-08
Jensen, S., Mens, K. 2001. Trace fossils Didymaulichnus cf. tirasensis and Monomorphichnus isp. from the Estonian Lower Cambrian, with a discussion on the early Cambrian ichnocoenoses of Baltica. Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Geology 50, 2, 75-85.
Dam, G., Andreasen, F. 1990. High-energy ephemeral stream deltas; an example from the Upper Silurian Holmestrand Formation of the Oslo Region, Norway. Sedimentary Geology 66, 3-4, 197-225. DOI:10.1016/0037-0738(90)90060-7
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.