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Published: 04 November 2019
Scottish Journal of Geology (2019) 55 (2): 135–140.
...Paul N. Pearson; Robert J. Gooday Abstract Large un-walled backfilled burrows of the Taenidium type are known from Paleozoic deltaic marine environments worldwide where they are often associated with Diplichnites trackways. The latter are generally attributed to arthropleurid myriapods and it may...
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<b>Diplichnites</b> cuithensis  sesqui-trackways from the Lower Carboniferous (Mis...
Published: 18 April 2018
Fig. 2. Diplichnites cuithensis sesqui-trackways from the Lower Carboniferous (Mississippian; Asbian) Pittenweem Formation of the Kinkell Braes, near St Andrews, Fife [NO530158]. ( a ) Panoramic view of the dipping rock exposure showing the three trackways. ( b ) Map of the panoramic view
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Features of  <b>Diplichnites</b> cuithensis  sesquitrackways. ( a ) Oblique view a...
Published: 18 April 2018
Fig. 3. Features of Diplichnites cuithensis sesquitrackways. ( a ) Oblique view along Trackway A, showing double grooves and the track deviation (X on Fig. 2b ). Hammer is 34 cm long. ( b ) Detail of Trackway A showing double grooves with multiple transverse footprints (arrowed; enlargement
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Enlarged view of  <b>Diplichnites</b> gouldi , CMCIP 71594, showing large tool mar...
Published: 01 November 2016
Figure 6. Enlarged view of Diplichnites gouldi , CMCIP 71594, showing large tool mark and individual tracks with endite striations and medial ridge, with 1 cm scale bar.
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<b>Diplichnites</b> cuithensis  trackways on upper surface of Block A, derived fro...
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Published: 01 December 2014
Fig. 6.— Diplichnites cuithensis trackways on upper surface of Block A, derived from Unit 2. A , B ) Photo and tracing of trackways 1 and 2 traversing wrinkled microbial mat, with rippled area partly covered with modern green algae. C , D ) Photo and tracing of Trackway 1. E , F ) Photo
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FIGURE 11.  <b>Diplichnites</b>  trackways. A) Three  in situ  trackways from the ...
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Published: 01 May 2011
FIGURE 11. Diplichnites trackways. A) Three in situ trackways from the lower amphitheater (Adirondack Quarry) showing the strike and dip of the foreset bed and orientation of individual trackways (numbered 1–3; latex and cast is PRI 8983), r  =  ridge. B) Photo showing well-developed sediment
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Figure  3 — <b>Diplichnites</b> cuithensis , specimen PC-5. Trackway preserved as ...
Published: 01 January 2009
Figure 3 — Diplichnites cuithensis , specimen PC-5. Trackway preserved as convex hyporelief. Note footfall clusters in right series toward top, and gutter cast along left side of trackway. Scale bar is 10 cm. Low angle illumination is from top
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Figure  4 — <b>Diplichnites</b> cuithensis , specimen PC-6, convex hyporelief. Not...
Published: 01 January 2009
Figure 4 — Diplichnites cuithensis , specimen PC-6, convex hyporelief. Note cast of tetrapod manus ( Limnopus glenshawensis ) below 10 cm bar scale in upper left of photo. Crescentic shaped footfalls in middle of photo indicate changing direction of Arthropleura toward “left.” Fracture in lower
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Figure  6 — <b>Diplichnites</b> cuithensis , specimen PC-7. Bar scale = 5 cm, low ...
Published: 01 January 2009
Figure 6 — Diplichnites cuithensis , specimen PC-7. Bar scale = 5 cm, low angle illumination from top
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Figure  4 — 1,  <b>Diplichnites</b> pectinata  Dawson, 1873 ;  2,  arthropod track...
Published: 01 November 2006
Figure 4 — 1, Diplichnites pectinata Dawson, 1873 ; 2, arthropod trackway A; 3, Paleohelcura isp.; 4, 5, progressive evolution of a striated double-ribbon trail to Paleohelcura isp. showing that the tracemaker was able to dig; 6, arthropod trackway B; 7, ? Nereites isp., note
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(a) Histogram of the external width of  <b>Diplichnites</b> gouldi  trackways show...
Published: 01 January 2003
Figure 3. (a) Histogram of the external width of Diplichnites gouldi trackways showing bimodal distribution (Black, Type 1; Grey, Type 2). (b) Bivariate plot (number of tracks per series vs external width) of D. gouldi Type 1 (Black) and Type 2 (Grey). (c) Rose diagram of trackway
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<b>Diplichnites</b> gouldi  Types A (three examples) and B (one example), from Pan...
Published: 01 January 2003
Figure 4. Diplichnites gouldi Types A (three examples) and B (one example), from Pant-y-Maes quarry, South Wales (SN 913 264). NMW 86.10G.1.i–iv (left to right along the bottom margin). × 0.84.
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Generalized trackway forms of  <b>Diplichnites</b> gouldi  Type A (a–d) and Type B...
Published: 01 January 2003
Figure 5. Generalized trackway forms of Diplichnites gouldi Type A (a–d) and Type B (e), from Pant-y-Maes quarry. (a) NMW 86.10G.1a.iii; (b) NMW 86.10G.9; (c) NMW 86.10G.3.i; (d) NMW 86.10G.1a.ii; (e) NMW 86.10G.3.ii. Scale bar = 1 cm.
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FIGURE 4 — <b>Diplichnites</b> gouldi  and  Diplopodichnus biformis  trackways. (A...
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Published: 01 April 2001
FIGURE 4 — Diplichnites gouldi and Diplopodichnus biformis trackways. (A) Diplichnites gouldi Form A (trace 86) on a foreset surface. Note the relatively straight trackway segments separated by abrupt curves (Coin diameter 25 mm). (B) Detail of Fig. 4A (Coin diameter 26 mm). (C
Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 December 2014
PALAIOS (2014) 29 (12): 624–645.
...Fig. 6.— Diplichnites cuithensis trackways on upper surface of Block A, derived from Unit 2. A , B ) Photo and tracing of trackways 1 and 2 traversing wrinkled microbial mat, with rippled area partly covered with modern green algae. C , D ) Photo and tracing of Trackway 1. E , F ) Photo...
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Published: 01 September 2011
Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (2011) 182 (5): 417–425.
...-sandstone sedimentation. From a lithostratigraphic viewpoint, the formation is composed of two units with a distinct sequential organization and trace fossil content. These deposits are characterized by weak to moderate bioturbation, eleven ichnogenera were found: Bergaueria , Chondrites , Diplichnites...
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Series: SEPM Special Publication
Published: 01 January 2007
DOI: 10.2110/pec.07.88.0137
EISBN: 9781565762909
... by arthropods (Diplichnites and Diplopodichnus) or molluscs (Archaeonassa). Palynomorphs are terrestrial and show evidence of intense transport and deterioration. The middle unit contains a more varied range of ethologic categories: pascichnia (e.g., Mermia, Gordia, Cochlichnus), repichnia (e.g...
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 April 2001
PALAIOS (2001) 16 (2): 126–147.
...FIGURE 4 — Diplichnites gouldi and Diplopodichnus biformis trackways. (A) Diplichnites gouldi Form A (trace 86) on a foreset surface. Note the relatively straight trackway segments separated by abrupt curves (Coin diameter 25 mm). (B) Detail of Fig. 4A (Coin diameter 26 mm). (C...
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Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 30 November 2018
Geology (2019) 47 (1): 55–58.
..., none of the trackways occurs in sandstones; they are invariably preserved on dacitic tuff bedding planes. Trackway morphology comprises short straight segments with discernible footprint impressions ( Diplichnites ), long looping traces suggesting dragging and footprint amalgamation ( Diplopodichnus...
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Journal Article
Published: 18 April 2018
Scottish Journal of Geology (2018) 54 (1): 63–68.
...Fig. 2. Diplichnites cuithensis sesqui-trackways from the Lower Carboniferous (Mississippian; Asbian) Pittenweem Formation of the Kinkell Braes, near St Andrews, Fife [NO530158]. ( a ) Panoramic view of the dipping rock exposure showing the three trackways. ( b ) Map of the panoramic view...
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