Record details

Title
    Ichnos
ISSN
    1042-0940
ISBN
    80-7075-418-4
Country
    Nizozemsko
    Spojené státy americké
    Velká Británie
Keyword
    Ichnos
Articles from this serial
    Amanitichnus omittus ichnogen. et ichnosp. nov. from the Middle Cambrian, Barrandian area, Czech Republic
    Bioerosion Issue of Ichnos - Collection of Papers from the 4th International Bioerosion Workshop (Prague, August 30-September 3, 2004)
    Bivalve wood borings of the ichnogenus Teredolites Leymerie from the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin (Upper Cretaceous, Czech Republic)
    Bivalve wood borings of the ichnogenus Teredolites Leymerie from the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin (Upper Cretaceous, Czech Republic)
    Entobia exogyrarum (Frič, 1883) from the Upper Cretaceous of the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin
    The Ichnogenus Gastrochaenolites and its Tracemakers from Firmgrounds of the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin (Czech Republic)
    Ichnologic Note. Evidence of Predation on the Rugose Coral Calceola Sandalina (Devonian, Czech Republic)
    Ichnologic Note. Trilobites and Minute Ovoid Pellets in a Burrow (Ordovician, Llanvirnian, Czech Republic)
    Memorial Ilja Pek (1945-1998)
    Memorial. Ivo Chlupáč, June 12, 1931-November 11, 2002
    Modern and Fossil Traces in Terrestrial Lithic Substrates
    Note on rediscovered type and figured material relating to Muensteria Sternberg 1833
    Paleoecologic Implications of Ichnofossils Associated with Slightly Skeletonized Body Fossils, Middle Cambrian of the Barrandian Area, Czech Republic
    Paleoecologic Implications of Ichnofossils Associated with Slightly Skeletonized Body Fossils, Middle Cambrian of the Barrandian Area, Czech Republic
    The Protective Effect of Lichens and the origin of Modern Bulge-Like Traces on Weakly Lithified Sandstones (Hilbre Islands, WirraL Peninsula, Great Britain)
    Substrate of Bivalve Borers as Recorded on Phosphatic Fills of Gastrochaenolites, palaeoenvironmental context (Bohemian Cretaceous Basin, Czech Republic)
    Terrestrial Insect Bioerosion and the Possibilities of its Fossilization (Holocene to Recent, Czech Republic)
    Terrestrial Insect Bioerosion and the Possibilities of its Fossilization (Holocene to Recent, Czech Republic)
    Three new Ichnogenera of Biting and Gnawing traces on Reptilian and Mammalian Bones: A Case Study from the Miocene of the Czech Republic
    Trace Fossils of Animal-Plant Interactions and "Pseudointeractions" from Maletín (Bohemian Cretaceous Basin, Czech Republic)