Wisshak, Max

Current Developments in Bioerosion

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Table of contents

I. Evolution and Classification

1. The endolithic guild: an ecological framework for residential cavities in hard substrates
Leif Tapanila

2. Evolutionary implications of an exceptionally preserved Carboniferous microboring assemblage in the Buckhorn Asphalt lagerstätte (Oklahoma, USA)
Max Wisshak, Barbara Seunß, Alexander Nützel

3. Enigmatic organisms preserved in early Ordovician macroborings, western Utah, USA
Jacob S. Benner, Allan A. Ekdale, Jordi M. de Gibert

II. Spectrum of bioerosive biota

4. The boring microflora in modern coral reef ecosystems: a review of its roles
Aline Tribollet

5. The trace Rhopalia clavigera isp. n. reflects the development of its maker Eugomontia sacculata Kornmann, 1960
Stjepko Golubic, Gudrun Radtke

6. Colonisation and bioerosion of marine bivalve shells from the Baltic Sea by euendolithic cyanobacteria: an experimental study
Anna M. Pawłowska, Katarzyna A. Paliñska, Halina Piekarek-Jankowska

7. The medium is the message: imaging a complex microboring (Pyrodendrina cupra igen. n., isp. n.) from the early Paleozoic of Anticosti Island, Canada
Leif Tapanila

8. Micro-computed tomography for studies on Entobia: transparent substrate versus modern technology
Christine H. L. Schönberg, Greg Shields

9. A history of sponge erosion: from past myths and hypotheses to recent approaches
Christine H. L. Schönberg

10. Substratum microtexture affects the boring pattern of Cliona albimarginata (Clionaidae, Demospongiae)
Barbara Calcinai, Giorgio Bavestrello, Carlo Cerrano, Laura Gaggero

11. Two new dwarf Entobia ichnospecies in a diverse aphotic ichnocoenosis (Pleistocene / Rhodes, Greece)
Max Wisshak

12. Borings, bodies and ghosts: spicules of the endolithic sponge Aka akis sp. nov. within the boring Entobia cretacea, Cretaceous, England
Richard G. Bromley, Christine H. L. Schönberg

13. Role of polychaetes in bioerosion of coral substrates
Pat Hutchings

Parapholas quadrizonata (Spengler, 1792), dominating dead-coral boring bivalve from the Maldives, Indian Ocean
Karl Kleemann

15. Echinometrid sea urchins, their trophic styles and corresponding bioerosion
Ulla Asgaard, Richard G. Bromley

III. Symbiotic interactions

16. Boring a mobile domicile: an alternative to the conchicolous life habit
Christian Neumann, Max Wisshak, Richard G. Bromley

17. Biogeographical distribution of Hyrrokkin (Rosalinidae, Foraminifera) and its host-specific morphological and textural trace variability
Lydia Beuck, Matthias López Correa, André Freiwald

18. Endolithic sponge versus terebratulid brachiopod, Pleistocene, Italy: accidental symbiosis, bioclaustration and deformity
Richard G. Bromley, Lydia Beuck, Emma Taddei Ruggiero

IV. Spectrum of substrates

19. Micro-bioerosion in volcanic glass: extending the ichnofossil record to Archaean basaltic crust
Nicola McLoughlin, Harald Furnes, Neil R. Banerjee, Hubert Staudigel, Karlis Muehlenbachs, Maarten de Wit, Martin J Van Kranendonk

20. Microbial bioerosion of bone – a review
Miranda M.E. Jans

21. Xylic substrates at the fossilisation barrier: oak trunks (Quercus sp.) in the Holocene sediments of the Labe River, Czech Republic
Radek Mikuláš

22. Trace fossil assemblages on Miocene rocky shores of southern Iberia
Ana Santos, Eduardo Mayoral, Carlos M da Silva, Mário Cachão, Rosa Domènech, Jordi Martinell

23. Role of bioerosion in taphonomy: effect of predatory drillholes on preservation of mollusc shells
Patricia H. Kelley

V. Bibliography

24. An online bibliography of bioerosion references
Mark A. Wilson

Keywords: Geosciences, Paleontology, Biogeosciences, Biochemistry, general

Publication year
Erlangen Earth Conference Series
Page amount
514 pages
Natural Sciences

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