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NEW FINDINGS OF BODY AND TRACE FOSSILS IN THE ST . BRIDE ’ S AREA , CAPE

@inproceedings{Bullock2011NEWFO,
  title={NEW FINDINGS OF BODY AND TRACE FOSSILS IN THE ST . BRIDE ’ S AREA , CAPE},
  author={Rachael J. Bullock and J. Robert Morris and David Selby},
  year={2011}
}
The St Bride’s area of the Avalon Peninsula, Newfoundland, is dominated by late Ediacaran and Lower Cambrian sedimentary rocks of the Musgravetown and Adeyton groups. Detailed 1:10 000 mapping of the St Bride’s area has identified new trace fossil and trilobite localities. The trace fossils, found in abundance within the Bonavista Formation, are identified as Teichichnus rectus. These trace fossils are recognized globally in Early Cambrian assemblages and are valuable contributors in… 

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