PRESENCIA DE EPIZOOS EN UN AMONOIDEO HETEROMORFO DEL MAASTRICHTIANO DE ARGENTINA: UNA INFERENCIA PALEOAUTOECOLOGICA
AbstractAnalysís of orientations of the bivalve Anomia d. solitaria Wilckens attached one specimen of Eubaculites ootacodensis (Stoliczka)indicates as most probable that the epizoans s ettled after the arnmonoid was dead and behaving as nekroplankton
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