Teredolites (Leymerie, 1842)
Clusters of elongate to short, clavate-shaped (club-like) to flask-shaped tubes in woodgrounds, evenly tapers from base of primary chamber to aperture; neck region is not separate from chamber, with circular – subcircular cross-section; vertical to oblique to bedding. Can have thin calcareous linings (Kelly and Bromley, 1984).
Dwelling and feeding trace made by wood-boring bivalves or suspension feeders.
Woodgrounds (i.e. coal, peat, or wood) submerged in open marine waters.
“Shipworms”, wood boring bivalves.
(Emended: Kelly and Bromley, 1984)(Bromley et al., 1984)(Savrda, 1991)