Precambrian ichnofossils Harlaniella and algae Tyrasotaenia

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Description

Harlaniella podolica Sokolov, 1972; Tyrasotaenia podolica Gnilovskaja, 1971
Harlaniella are positive hyporelief and negative epirelief Ichnofossils represented by ridges. They are problematic bioglyphs described as habitation, feeding or locomotion traces. More information is here. Firstly these Precambrian fossils were described as Planolites sp. They were also considered as Precambrian algae. More information is here. Alternateve names for the algae: Laminarites antiquissimus Eichwald, 1864; Vendotaenia antiqua Gnilovskaya, 1971; Kanilovia insolita A. Istchenko, 1983; Tawuia dalensis Hofmann, 1979; Serebrina crustacea A. Istchenko, 1988 and Vendotenida. More information is here.
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Precambrian ichnofossils Harlaniella and algae Tyrasotaenia

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Trade No. 412009
Replacement Mudstone
Continent Europe
Country Ukraine
Location Bakota, Kamianets-Podilskyi raion, Khmelnytskyi oblast
Era Proterozoic
Period Ediacaran
Regional strata Komariv beds (layers), Studenytsia formation (suite), Kanilovka group (series), Kotlin horizon, Vendian system (period)
Age 543 million years

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