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Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 December 2004
PALAIOS (2004) 19 (6): 543–550.
.... The chamber terminates at a depth of 3–4 cm below the hardground surface. These borings belong to the ichnogenus Gastrochaenolites . The organisms responsible for creating the borings are unknown. Sedimentologically, the effect of boring on hardgrounds was to break them into pebble- and cobble-sized clasts...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 1998
Journal of Paleontology (1998) 72 (4): 769–772.
...Mark A. Wilson; Timothy J. Palmer Abstract Borings of the ichnogenus Gastrochaenolites have been found in limestone cobbles of the Morrowan (Early Pennsylvanian) Cane Hill Member of the Hale Formation in northwestern Arkansas. They were likely excavated by lithophagid bivalves, thus extending...
Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2010
Journal of Paleontology (2010) 84 (5): 848–857.
.... This reinterpretation is further supported by the occurrence of similar isolated and in situ borings with Lithophaga shells within the type and a nearby locality. Regarding this fossil as an ichnofossil makes the generic name Moniopterus a junior synonym of Gastrochaenolites Leymerie, 1842 and the species name...
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Associated borings. ( 1 )  <b>Gastrochaenolites</b> torpedo , arrowed; ( 2 )  Gast...
Published: 25 April 2018
Figure 6. Associated borings. ( 1 ) Gastrochaenolites torpedo , arrowed; ( 2 ) Gastrochaenolites lapidicus ; ( 3 ) Gastrochaenolites cf. G. cluniformis (Gc) and G. torpedo (Gt) ; ( 4 ) Gastrochaenolites ?orbicularis (Go) and G. torpedo (Gt) ; ( 5 ) Entobia isp. and G. torpedo (Gt
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<b>Gastrochaenolites</b> dijugus .  A ) Specimens, together with  Entobia  borings...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 16 January 2018
Fig. 5.— Gastrochaenolites dijugus . A ) Specimens, together with Entobia borings, associated with the internal mold shown in Figure 4 C. B ) Specimen associated with an internal mold of a Glycimeris bivalve; evidence of a dissolved calcareous lining or envelope is observed around
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<b>Gastrochaenolites</b> dijugus  associated with the internal mold of a complete ...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 16 January 2018
Fig. 6.— Gastrochaenolites dijugus associated with the internal mold of a complete and articulated bivalve ( Pelecyora ). A , B ) Two details of borings shown in C and D; different ichnogenetic stages are observed. Scale bars = 5 mm. C , D ) Ventral and general view (respectively
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<b>Gastrochaenolites</b> ornatus  Kelly and Bromley,  1984 , Miocene, Alcoi (SE Sp...
Published: 01 July 2016
Figure 4 Gastrochaenolites ornatus Kelly and Bromley, 1984 , Miocene, Alcoi (SE Spain). ( 1 ) Specimen showing two areas with bioglyphs and a Spongeliomorpha branch (UB-IC 671). ( 2 ) Basal view of ( 1 ). ( 3 ) Specimen exhibiting a clearly spiral ornamentation (MPCI CIAI-01342). ( 4
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<b>Gastrochaenolites</b> -type traces.  A )  Trypanites  ichnofacies made up of  G...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 April 2015
Fig. 4.— Gastrochaenolites -type traces. A ) Trypanites ichnofacies made up of Gastrochaenolites -type traces. Scale bar  =  1 cm. B ) Gastrochaenolites ornatus produced by Zirfaea pilsbryi . Scale bar  =  1 cm. C ) Gastrochaenolites turbinatus produced by Petricola pholadiformis
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Bivalve orientation and appearance within  <b>Gastrochaenolites</b> -type traces. ...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 April 2015
Fig. 6.— Bivalve orientation and appearance within Gastrochaenolites -type traces. A ) Empty and eroded Gastrochaenolites of various sizes and ages. B ) Petricola pholadiformis and Zirfaea pilsbryi occupying Gastrochaenolites , with their siphons retracted or extending to the surface
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<b>Gastrochaenolites</b>  isp. in a fragment of a gneiss boulder (a) and
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Published: 28 July 2014
Figure 4. Gastrochaenolites isp. in a fragment of a gneiss boulder (a) and its detail (b). A specimen housed in the Departamento de Estratigrafía y Paleontología, Universidad de Granada (specimen UGR-LC-4–104).
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Measured parameters of  <b>Gastrochaenolites</b>  isp. (100 specimens).
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Published: 28 July 2014
Figure 5. Measured parameters of Gastrochaenolites isp. (100 specimens). Histogram showing variation in diameter of structure (a), variation in depth of structure (b) and correlation between diameter and depth (c).
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Bivalve boring  <b>Gastrochaenolites</b> lapidicus  Kelly &amp;amp; Bromley 1984 , vis...
Published: 01 November 2013
Fig. 3. Bivalve boring Gastrochaenolites lapidicus Kelly & Bromley 1984 , visible in a fractured belemnite guard from the Speeton Clay Formation of Speeton, Yorkshire, TF 276(1). Scale bar 500 µm.
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FIGURE 4. A–C)  Entobia  (E),  <b>Gastrochaenolites</b>  (G),  Trypanites  (T),  M...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 April 2011
FIGURE 4. A–C) Entobia (E), Gastrochaenolites (G), Trypanites (T), Maeandropolydora (M), and micro-endolithic traces (m) in deep water macroids, off Kikai-jima, northern Ryukyu Islands. Serpulid worm tubes(s) can be well preserved inside the macroids. Scale bars  =  1 cm.
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Detail of internal molds of clustered  <b>Gastrochaenolites</b> lapidicus  borings...
Published: 01 April 2009
Figure 7 Detail of internal molds of clustered Gastrochaenolites lapidicus borings, aligned along a surface of early submarine lithification (dashed line) separating skeletal packstone below from cross-stratified calcarenite above (near CC 12).
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FIGURE 3 — <b>Gastrochaenolites</b>  in bone and coprolites from an early Eocene c...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 December 2004
FIGURE 3 — Gastrochaenolites in bone and coprolites from an early Eocene conglomerate at Mali 20. All scale bars = 1 cm, except D, which is 0.5 cm. (A) Stout borings in large fish skull-bone, ventral view, CNRST-SUNY-247. (B) Borings in fish-bone fragments, CNRST-SUNY-248 to 250. (C) Physically
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FIGURE 4 — <b>Gastrochaenolites</b>  borings in phosphatic clasts. (A) Borings in ...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 December 2004
FIGURE 4 — Gastrochaenolites borings in phosphatic clasts. (A) Borings in Late Cretaceous coprolite from Mali 8; longitudinal polished slab of coprolite, CNRST-SUNY-184; scale bar = 0.5 cm. (B) Densely bored phosphatic lithoclast from a Paleocene conglomerate at Mali 19, CNRST-SUNY-256; scale bar
Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 December 2004
PALAIOS (2004) 19 (6): 565–573.
...FIGURE 3 — Gastrochaenolites in bone and coprolites from an early Eocene conglomerate at Mali 20. All scale bars = 1 cm, except D, which is 0.5 cm. (A) Stout borings in large fish skull-bone, ventral view, CNRST-SUNY-247. (B) Borings in fish-bone fragments, CNRST-SUNY-248 to 250. (C) Physically...
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Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 October 1998
PALAIOS (1998) 13 (5): 476–487.
...Jordi M. de Gibert; Jordi Martinell; Rosa Domenech Abstract Ichnological study of Lower Pliocene rocky shores in several northwestern Mediterranean basins has revealed the existence of a recurrent trace fossil assemblage of borings. This assemblage is dominated by the ichnogenera Gastrochaenolites...
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Incised-valley trace fossils and valley terrace relic.  A)  <b>Gastrochaenolit</b>...
Published: 01 March 2016
Fig. 21.— Incised-valley trace fossils and valley terrace relic. A) Gastrochaenolites (Ga) at the erosional contact between marine shoreface sandstone and fluvial incised-valley fill (i.e., FAC set-1) suggests firmground development and colonization by marine organisms after the erosion
Journal Article
Published: 25 April 2018
Journal of Paleontology (2018) 92 (5): 883–895.
...Figure 6. Associated borings. ( 1 ) Gastrochaenolites torpedo , arrowed; ( 2 ) Gastrochaenolites lapidicus ; ( 3 ) Gastrochaenolites cf. G. cluniformis (Gc) and G. torpedo (Gt) ; ( 4 ) Gastrochaenolites ?orbicularis (Go) and G. torpedo (Gt) ; ( 5 ) Entobia isp. and G. torpedo (Gt...
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