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 (domichnia) and feeding (fodinichna) of a suspension feeder.
Woodgrounds (i.e. coal, peat, or wood), logs, and tree stumps submerged in marine waters.
“Shipworms”, wood boring bivalves.
Emended from Kelly and Bromley 1984, Bromley et al. 1984, Savrda 1991