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Scolicia and its producer in shallow-marine deposits of the Miocene Chenque Formation (Patagonia, Argentina): functional morphology and implications for understanding burrowing behavior

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Scolicia and its producer in shallow-marine deposits of the Miocene Chenque Formation (Patagonia, Argentina): functional morphology and implications for understanding burrowing behavior

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Scolicia and its producer in shallow-marine deposits of the Miocene Chenque Formation (Patagonia, Argentina): functional morphology and implications for understanding burrowing behavior

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Scolicia and its producer in shallow-marine deposits of the Miocene Chenque Formation (Patagonia, Argentina): functional morphology and implications for understanding burrowing behavior

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Taylor & Francis

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Ichnos (Chur, Switzerland), 2020, Vol.27 (3), p.290-299

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TN_cdi_informaworld_taylorfrancis_310_1080_10420940_2020_1744589

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English

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Scolicia is one of the most conspicuous trace fossils in lower shoreface deposits of the Miocene Chenque Formation of Patagonia, Argentina. This ichnotaxon consists of horizontal, sinuous or meandering trace fossils with a laminated backfill and two parallel strings located at the base. Abundant body fossils attributed to Brisaster iheringi occur i...

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Scolicia and its producer in shallow-marine deposits of the Miocene Chenque Formation (Patagonia, Argentina): functional morphology and implications for understanding burrowing behavior

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https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/TN_cdi_informaworld_taylorfrancis_310_1080_10420940_2020_1744589

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1042-0940

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1563-5236

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10.1080/10420940.2020.1744589

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