ichnofossil


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ichnofossil

[′ik·nə‚fäs·əl]
(geology)
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Rare productid brachiopods, ichnofossils, petroleum, and iron staining do not detract from the stone's architectural qualities.
The ichnofossil bed lies near the top of 10 m of interbedded siltstone and sandstone (Kennedy and Gibling 2011; Kennedy et al.
(2004): Ichnofossils from the type area of the Grund Formation (Miocene, Lower Badenian) in northern lower Austria (Molasse Basin).
Palaeophycus is restricted to the Cruziana, is the genus attributed to this ichnofossil. It also appears in the Palermo Formation (Fernandes et al., 2002; Netto, 2000; Netto et al., 2012), partially chrono-correlated to the Tatui Formation.
In his final paper on tetrapod ichnofossils, Matthew (1910) described three new ichnospecies, Hylopus (?) variabilis, Nanopus (?) vetustus and Bipezia bilobata, from the Upper Carboniferous Lancaster Formation at 'Fern Ledges', Saint John, New Brunswick (Fig.
The reason for this is that the Coastal Group has the advantages of excellent coastal exposures and diverse ichnofossils without the disadvantages, particularly in the White Limestone Group, of karstification and case hardening.
In fact, a correlation of the Pena Segra locality (Cantabrian mountains) with the "zone 4" of the Rajejac Formation has been already proposed (Gand et al., 1997) based on ichnofossil biozones.
(1998): Ichnofossil tiering analysis of a rhythmically bedded chalk-marl sequence in the Upper Cretaceous of Alabama.