ichthyolith


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ichthyolith

[′ik·thē·ə‚lith]
(paleontology)
Fossil fish remains.
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At one point, for example, the authors claim that they have been able to "provide an updated interpretation and correlation of Tofino Basin Cenozic stratigraphy with new integrated foraminifer and ichthyolith biostratigraphies and strontium age controls" (366).
Middle/Late Devonian phoebodont-based ichthyolith zonation.
However, each of the above shall be taken into account carefully (see Trueman & Tuross 2002): enrichment in MREEs, the so-called 'bell-shaped' pattern, is characteristic of most of the post-Cretaceous and Palaeozoic ichthyolith and conodont bioapatite (e.
1997): Taxonomy and Biostratigraphy of Middle and Late Triassic elasmobranch ichthyoliths from northeastern British Columbia.
In other words, the observed Ce anomaly is not limited to marine carbonate, conodonts and ichthyoliths, while the whole-rock Ce anomaly can be used as an indicator of intensity of anoxia and therefore of eustatic sea-level.