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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
Journal of Paleontology (2004) 78 (4): 783–789.
...EDUARDO B. OLIVERO; LUIS A. BUATOIS; ROBERTO A. SCASSO Abstract A new ichnotaxon, Paradictyodora antarctica , is proposed for complex spreite trace fossils from the Upper Cretaceous of Antarctica and Eocene of Tierra del Fuego, Argentina. This complex, three-dimensional, vertical spreite structure...
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Figure  2 —Reconstruction of  <b>Paradictyodora</b> antarctica  n. igen. and isp. ...
Published: 01 July 2004
Figure 2 —Reconstruction of Paradictyodora antarctica n. igen. and isp. 1, Three-dimensional reconstruction of Paradictyodora antarctica based on polished slices cut parallel to bedding. The causative burrow is resalted in black; numbers 1–6 identify successive curved segments along
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Figure  4 —Schematic reconstruction of four  <b>Paradictyodora</b> antarctica  spe...
Published: 01 July 2004
Figure 4 —Schematic reconstruction of four Paradictyodora antarctica specimens showing its range of morphologic variability. 1, Conical shape with spirally coiled laminae, based on paratype CADIC PI 14 illustrated in Figure 6.7, 6.8 . 2, 3, First spiraling and then meandering laminae. 4
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Figure  6 — <b>Paradictyodora</b> antarctica  n. igen. and isp., from the Santonia...
Published: 01 July 2004
Figure 6 — Paradictyodora antarctica n. igen. and isp., from the Santonian-Campanian Santa Marta Formation, James Ross Island, Antarctica. Scale bar in all pictures is 1 cm. 1, 2, Holotype (CADIC PI 12); 1, lateral view; 2, upper, horizontal view. 3, Field specimen showing the typical
Series: SEPM Special Publication, SEPM Special Publication
Published: 01 January 2007
DOI: 10.2110/pec.07.88.0253
EISBN: 9781565762909
... von Sternberg, Tasselia Heinzelin, and Paradictyodora Olivero, Buatois, and Scasso are dominant at the tops of the minor cycles in the T d-e turbidite divisions. Package II consists of sustained-flow deposits (hyperpycnites in channel fill and aggradational lobes) organized in fining...
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Figure  5 —Orientation of the causative burrow with respect to the general ...
Published: 01 July 2004
Figure 5 —Orientation of the causative burrow with respect to the general direction of movement. The plane that contains the J-tube is resalted in gray and the causative burrow is resalted in black. 1, In Paradictyodora n. igen., the plane that contains the J-tube is nearly ortogonal
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FIGURE 14 —Sedimentary controls on the preservation of vertically embedded ...
in > PALAIOS
Published: 01 December 2007
of depositional lobes to a new area, low-sedimentation rates promote colonization of the uppermost layer of sediments (white bed) by Pinna sp., the trace makers of Paradictyodora and other unidentified burrows. Buried shells of large pachydiscid ammonites were partially dissolved. Renewal of active lobe
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Figure  3 —Camera lucida drawing of bedding plane views of polished slices ...
Published: 01 July 2004
Figure 3 —Camera lucida drawing of bedding plane views of polished slices of Paradictyodora antarctica n. igen. and isp. 1, Location of slices in cross section. 2, Top view. 3, 4, Polished slices of internal view. 5, Sole view. Height of trace fossil is about 52 mm. Based on paratype
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Trace fossil associations of the Tumblagooda Sandstone. All 22 trace fossil...
Published: 13 April 2020
Tumblagoodichnus + Heimdallia + Skolithos FA2a, FA2c T7 Tumblagoodichnus + Skolithos FA2a, FA2b T8 Heimdallia + Didymaulichnus FA2a, FA2c T9 Heimdallia + Paradictyodora FA2c T10 Heimdallia + Skolithos FA2a, FA2c T11 Heimdallia + Beaconites FA2a T12 Heimdallia
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Euflabella multiplex. 1 – 3 , holotype CADIC PI 247:  1 , upper bedding pla...
Published: 01 May 2013
7 .2 ); CADIC PI 248, Maastrichtian, López de Bertodano Formation, Seymour Island, Antarctica; 6 , 7 , upper side, bedding plane view: 6 , CADIC PI 250; 7 , CADIC PI 251, note intersection by Thalassinoides (Tha), Paradictyodora (Par), and Phycosiphon (Phy); Sanctuary Cliffs Member, Snow
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All trace fossils that have been identified from the Tumblagooda Sandstone,...
Published: 13 April 2020
Horizontal burrows with horizontal to vertical branches Phycodes isp. 1 Horizontal helicoidal burrows Helicodromites isp. 1 Burrows with complex vertically oriented spreiten Daedalus isp. 20 Heimdallia chatwini 231 2 Paradictyodora isp. 1
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Trace fossils in the Tumblagooda Sandstone identified for the first time in...
Published: 13 April 2020
) Helicodromites isp. in positive epirelief from FA2 at The Loop. The shaft of the burrow forms a tight, translated spiral. (f) Paradictyodora isp. in positive epirelief from FA2 at the Z-Bend. In association with many examples of Heimdallia chatwini , this trace differs from the shape of the translated J-tube
Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2013
Journal of Paleontology (2013) 87 (3): 413–426.
... 7 .2 ); CADIC PI 248, Maastrichtian, López de Bertodano Formation, Seymour Island, Antarctica; 6 , 7 , upper side, bedding plane view: 6 , CADIC PI 250; 7 , CADIC PI 251, note intersection by Thalassinoides (Tha), Paradictyodora (Par), and Phycosiphon (Phy); Sanctuary Cliffs Member, Snow...
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Journal Article
Published: 13 April 2020
Geological Magazine (2020) 157 (12): 1939–1970.
... Tumblagoodichnus + Heimdallia + Skolithos FA2a, FA2c T7 Tumblagoodichnus + Skolithos FA2a, FA2b T8 Heimdallia + Didymaulichnus FA2a, FA2c T9 Heimdallia + Paradictyodora FA2c T10 Heimdallia + Skolithos FA2a, FA2c T11 Heimdallia + Beaconites FA2a T12 Heimdallia...
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Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 December 2007
PALAIOS (2007) 22 (6): 586–597.
... of depositional lobes to a new area, low-sedimentation rates promote colonization of the uppermost layer of sediments (white bed) by Pinna sp., the trace makers of Paradictyodora and other unidentified burrows. Buried shells of large pachydiscid ammonites were partially dissolved. Renewal of active lobe...
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Series: AAPG Studies in Geology, AAPG Studies in Geology
Published: 01 January 2012
DOI: 10.1306/13271356St613442
EISBN: 9781629810225
..., in the uppermost part of the lobe successions (Figure 10E ). Sporadically, the top of these muddy intervals can be completely reworked by producers of Gyrophyllites, Thalassinoides, Chondrites, Paradictyodora, Stelloglyphus , and Phycodes, among others (Figure 10F ). In addition, a low-diversity suite...
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