Bryozoan borings in shells of Costa Rican miocene oysters

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Fischer, Rudolf; Aguilar, T.: Bryozoan borings in shells of Costa Rican miocene oysters. In: Dierk-Henningsen-Festschrift / Immo Schülke (Hrsg.). – Hannover : Universität Hannover. Institut für Geologie und Paläontologie, 2001 (Geologische Beiträge Hannover ; 2), S. 71-77. ISSN 1615-6684

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Borings of bryozoan colonies are rare fossils and hitherto unknown from Central America. Four different types of zoaria, belonging to Spathipora sp., Terebripora sp. A, Terebripora cf. falunica and Iramena sp., were recognized. They are developed on shells of Miocene oysters (Saccostrea sp. and Ostrea sp.) from shell - beds of the Venado-Formation (Northern Limon - San Carlos Basin, Costa Rica). The period of colonization and growth by bryozoans and/or a few other benthic invertebrates was probably a short - term event, followed by suffocation from accumlating sediment.
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Issue Date: 2001
Appears in Collections:Geologische Beiträge Hannover

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