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Echinoderm ichnology: bioturbation, bioerosion and related processes

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Echinoderm ichnology: bioturbation, bioerosion and related processes

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Echinoderm ichnology: bioturbation, bioerosion and related processes

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Echinoderm ichnology: bioturbation, bioerosion and related processes

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Echinoderm ichnology: bioturbation, bioerosion and related processes

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New York, USA: The Paleontological Society

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Journal of paleontology, 2017, Vol.91 (4), p.643-661

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_1908414187

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English

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New York, USA: The Paleontological Society

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Among invertebrates and both in modern and ancient marine environments, certain echinoderms have been and are some of the most active and widespread bioturbators and bioeroders. Bioturbation and/or bioerosion of regular and irregular echinoids, starfish, brittle stars, sea cucumbers and crinoids are known from modern settings, and some of the resul...

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Echinoderm ichnology: bioturbation, bioerosion and related processes

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_1908414187

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0022-3360

E-ISSN

1937-2337

DOI

10.1017/jpa.2016.146

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