birdseye fabric(fenestral fabric) A fabric characterized by irregular, equant cavities in sediment, several centimetres across, often filled with sparry calcite (sparite). It is thought to form as the result of the entrapment of gas, and desiccation within intertidal to supratidal muddy carbonate sedimentary environments. See FENESTRAE.
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