unburrow

unburrow

(ʌnˈbʌrəʊ)
vb
to come out of or force out of a burrow
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Already the male chorus frogs have unburrowed, and in my Amazon neighborhood of Eugene the night air is resonant with their mating calls.
They are: 1) muddy intertidal flat deposits, which are typically thoroughly bioturbated by a somewhat diminutive suite of various vertically- and horizontally-oriented shafts and burrows cross cut locally by robust crustacean dwellings; 2) unburrowed to rarely burrowed muddy point bar deposits, which are commonly burrowed by minute Gyrolithes, Skolithos, Cylindrichnus, Planolites, Palaeophycus, and rare bivalve equilibrichnia.