tentaculite


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tentaculite

(tɛnˈtækjʊˌlaɪt)
n
(Palaeontology) palaeontol a fossil of the genus Tentaculites
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2012, High-resolution tentaculite biostratigraphy and facies development across the Early Devonian Daleje Event in the Barrandian (Bohemia): implications for global Emsian stratigraphy, Bull.
It was a modestly flat surface of limestone riddled with ancient fossils brachiopods, corals, and mollusks called tentaculites.
Based on the fossils present, including rugose corals and tentaculites, that limestone is either Columbus or Delaware limestone, and was probably quarried in the Sandusky area, in Sandusky County, OH.
0 m) is represented by laminate, argillaceous, Eurypterus-dolostone with rare, thin intercalations of micritic, and litho-bioclastic, dolomitized limestones consisting of the particles of bryozoans, ostracodes, and smooth-test tentaculites.
Tentaculites, Towe 1978) of problematic tubeworms are as advanced and complex as the lamello-fibrillar structures of some serpulids (Vinn et al.