Arthropod trace fossils from Eocene cold climate continental strata of King George Island , West Antarctica

@inproceedings{Uchman2018ArthropodTF,
  title={Arthropod trace fossils from Eocene cold climate continental strata of King George Island , West Antarctica},
  author={Alfred Uchman and GA ANDRZEJ and DZICKI},
  year={2018}
}
Siltstone and sandstone beds of the Mount Wawel Formation (Eocene) contain trace fossils interpreted as insect resting traces and arthropod trackways, the latest determined as Glaciichnium australis isp. nov. and cf. Pterichnus isp. Glaciichnium is included in a new ichnofamily Protichnidae, which embraces invertebrate trackways composed of straight central… CONTINUE READING