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IDReferenceAuthorYearTitleJournal / Book pp.DOIfile(s)
7695Rodrigues & Gutschick, 1970 Rodrigues, J. & Gutschick, R. C.1970Late Devonian-Early Missis- sippian ichnofossils from western Montana and northern UtahTrace Fossils. Crimes, T. P. & Harper, J. C. (Eds.) Geological Journal407-438
7694Paškevičius, 2017c Paškevičius, J.2017New taxa of graptolites in Lithuania Geologija. Geografija141-156
7693Kershaw, 1984 Kershaw, S.1984Patterns of stromatoporoid growth in level-bottom environments Palaeontology113-130
7692Cameron, 1967 Cameron, B.1967Fossilization of an ancient (Devonian) soft-bodied worm Science1246- 1248
7691Pickerill, 1976 Pickerill, R. K.1976Vermiforichnus borings from the Ordovician of central Wales Geological Magazine159-164
7690Thayer, 1974 Thayer, C. W.1974Substrate specificity of Devonian epizoa Journal of Paleontology881-894
7689Simpson, 1957 Simpson, S.1957On the trace-fossil Chondrites Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society (QJGS), London475 – 500+
7688Seilacher & Meischner, 1964 Seilacher, A. & Meischner, D.1964Fazies-Analyse im Paläozoikum des Oslo-Gebietes Geologische Rundschau596 – 619+
7687Pickerill, 1987 Pickerill, R. K., Fyffe, L. R., and Forbes, W. H1987Late Ordovician-Early Silurian trace fossils from the Matapedia Group, Tobique River, Western New Brunswick, Canada Maritime Sediments and Atlantic Geology77 – 88
7686Opalinski & Harland, 1980 Opalinski, P. R. & Harland, T. L. 1980Macroborings of Middle Ordovician age from southern Norway Journal of Paleontology1352–1355
7685McBride & Picard, 1991 McBride, E. F. & Picard, M. D.1991Facies implications of Trichichnus and Chondrites in turbidites and hemipelagites, Marnoso-arenacea Formation (Miocene), Northern Apennines, Italy Palaios281 – 290
7684Harland,1978 Harland, T. L.1978Capronichnus, a new trace fossil from the Cardocian of southern Norway Geological Journal93–99
7683Fürsich, 1973b Fürsich, F. T.1973Thalassinoides and the origin of nodular limestone in the Corallian Beds (Upper Jurassic) of southern England Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie Monatshefte136 – 156
7682Fürsich, 1973a Fürsich, F. T.1973A revision of the trace fossils Spongeliomorpha, Ophiomorpha and Thalassinoides Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie Monatshefte719 – 735
7681Fisher & Hudson, 1987 Fisher, I. S. J. and Hudson, J. D. 1987Pyrite formation in Jurassic shales of contrasting biofacies 69 – 78
7680Brustur, 2005 Brustur, T2005Phycodes dentatus n. isp. from the Macla Flysch (Teleajen Valley, West of the Maneciu-Ungureni 39 – 41
7679Birkenmajer, 1977 Birkenmajer, K1977Trace fossil evidence for predation on trilobites from Lower Cambrian of south Spitsbergen 187–234
7678Artyushkovet al., 2008 Artyushkov, E. V., Tesakov, Yu, I. & Chekhovich, P. A. 22008Ordovician sea-level change and rapid change in crustal subsidence rates in East Siberia and Baltoscandia Geology and geophysics633 – 647
7677Abdel-Fattah et al., 2011 Abdel-Fattah, Z. A., Gingras, M. K., & Pemberton, S. G.2011Significance of hypoburrow nodule formation associated with large biogenic sedimentary structures in open-marine bay siliciclastics of the Upper Eocene Birket Qarun Formation, Wadi El-Hitan, Fayum, Egypt Sedimentary Geology111–128
7676Abad et al., 2006 Abad, M., Ruiz, F., Pendon, J. G., Tosquella, J., & Gonzalez-Regalado, L.2006Escape and equilibrium trace fossils in association with Conichnus conicus as indicators of variable sedimentation rates in Tortonian littoral environments of SW Spain Geobios1-11