New Trace Fossils from the Outer Carpathian Flysch (Czechoslovakia)Article PDF
New Trace Fossils from the Outer Carpathian Flysch (Czechoslovakia)
This article reviews two finds of new fossil traces. The new fossil trace Godulaiehnium jurkovae n. ichnosp. was found in the drill core of borehole NP 540 (UNIGEO Ostrava, leg. Dr. A. Jurková), situated in the Middle Bečva river valley within the Silesian nappe. The rocks of the dril core were found to originate in the Istebna Formation (Upper Cretaceous), The second trace fossil Oravaiehnium hrabei n. ichnogen n. ichnosp. has its origin in the Zlín Formation of the Bystrica Unit of the Magura flysch (Eocene) and was discovered in a quarry situated some 2 km east of Oravská Lesná.
Miroslav Plička, Central Geological Survey, Leitnerova 22, 60200 Brno, Czechoslovakia
Jiřina Uhrová, Moravian Museum, Brno, Zelný trh 6, 659 07 Brno, Czechoslovakia