Skolithos With Ophiomorpha, an ichnoguild of cylindrical or U-shaped, vertical or steeply inclined burrows, permanently occupied by suspension feeders. The burrows lack spreiten, and were possibly formed in shallow, sublittoral environments. Burrows of this type are recorded from the Cambrian to Recent.
More From encyclopedia.com
Occupy , oc·cu·py / ˈäkyəˌpī/ • v. (-pies, -pied) [tr.] 1. reside or have one's place of business in (a building): the apartment she occupies in Manhattan. ∎… Shape , shape / shāp/ • n. 1. the external form or appearance characteristic of someone or something; the outline of an area or figure: she liked the shape o… Demosponges , Demospongiae (Demospongea; phylum Porifera) A class of sponges which occur in both marine and freshwater environments. They have a leucon body struct… Monotype , Monotype •gripe, hype, mistype, pipe, ripe, sipe, slype, snipe, stripe, swipe, tripe, type, wipe •guttersnipe • bagpipe • standpipe •tailpipe • drain… Calcareous Sponges , Calcarea (Calcispongea; phylum Porifera) A class of marine sponges that have a skeleton of calcareous spicules. Forms displaying leucon structure are… Record , rec·ord • n. / ˈrekərd/ 1. a thing constituting a piece of evidence about the past, esp. an account of an act or occurrence kept in writing or some o…
About this article
Updated About encyclopedia.com content Print Article
You Might Also Like