Annelids in the Miocene lithothamnion limestone from Zgornja Pohanca, Slovenia
AbstractPresented and discussed are remains of Middle Miocene - Badenian annelids in limestone fragments that consist mostly of tubular-rodlike annelids and lithothamnions. Segmented limestone tubules are largely fragmented and filled with calcite. By their morphology and size they are comparable to polychaetes of the Serpulidae family. Tubular remains could be attributed to genera Protula, Hydroides or Vermiliopsis? The samples of annelidic limestone with polychaetes were found in environs of Zgornja Pohanca near Krško in eastern part of central Slovenia.
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Mikuž, V., Škedelj - Petrič, A., & Bartol, M. (2012). Annelids in the Miocene lithothamnion limestone from Zgornja Pohanca, Slovenia. Geologija, 55(1), 57–65. https://doi.org/10.5474/geologija.2012.004