Scoyenia (White, 1929)


DESCRIPTION: Horizontal, curved, slender, ropelike burrows. Unbranched and commonly crossing each other. May have a wrinkly appearance.

BEHAVIOR(S): Deposit feeding, dwelling

ENVIRONMENTAL SETTINGS: Fully continental. Indicate a relatively low energy.

POSSIBLE TRACEMAKERS: Beetle larvae, cicadas

GEOLOGIC RANGE: Permian-recent.

ADDITIONAL REFERENCES: (Frey et al., 1984)(Retallack, 2001)