Paleonet: fossil worm tubes

Roger D. K. Thomas roger.thomas at fandm.edu
Thu Jan 12 15:27:59 GMT 2017


 David:
You did not attach any images.  Consider microconchids.  See this excellent
paper, which is available via direct search, on line.   Kind regards,
Roger Thomas
Ippolitov, A. P., Vinn, O., Kupriyanova, E. K. & Jäger, M. Written in
stone: history of serpulid polychaetes through time. *Mem. Mus. Victoria*
*71*, 123-159 (2014).

On Wed, Jan 11, 2017 at 2:17 PM, David Kopaska-Merkel <
davidkm at gsa.state.al.us> wrote:

> Is anyone on this list familiar with these? I do not mean serpulids. I
> have found some tubes that are substantially smaller than serpulids and I
> don't know what they are.
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