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Article: Kulindrichnus langi, a new trace-fossil from the Lias

Publication: Palaeontology
Volume: 3
Part: 1
Publication Date: May 1960
Page(s): 64 68
Author(s): A. Hallam
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HALLAM, A. 1960. Kulindrichnus langi, a new trace-fossil from the Lias. Palaeontology3, 1, 64–68.

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Kulindrichnus langi is the name given to a trace-fossil common in the Blue Lias. This is stumpy cylindrical or conical in shape and is formed of a shell aggregate often enveloped by a phosphatic sheath. It is interpreted as a burrow produced possibly by a cerianthid sea anemone.
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