Ichnos-An International Journal for Plant and Animal Traces

(The TQCC of Ichnos-An International Journal for Plant and Animal Traces is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
The “Plastotype Problem” in Ichnological Taxonomy10
Plant-insect interactions in the fossil flora of the Bajo de Veliz Formation (Gzhelian - Asselian): San Luis, Argentina9
Image processing techniques to improve characterization of composite ichnofabrics8
The crustaceans burrowSinusichnus sinuosusfrom the Oligocene-Miocene carbonate deposits of eastern Amazonia8
An insect boring in an Early Cretaceous wood from Bornholm, Denmark7
Ichnogeny and bivalve bioerosion: examples from shell and wood substrates7
Scolicia and its producer in shallow-marine deposits of the Miocene Chenque Formation (Patagonia, Argentina): functional morphology and implications for understanding burrowing behavior6
First Record of Graphoglyptids in Cyprus: Indicative Presence of Turbidite Deposits at the Pakhna Formation5
Tooth marks, gnaw marks, claw-marks, bite marks, scratch marks, etc: terminology in ichnology5
Tracking the last elephants in Europe during the Würm Pleniglacial: the importance of the Late Pleistocene aeolianite record in SW Iberia4
Trace fossils in fluvial deposits of the uppermost Stockton Formation (Late Triassic), Newark Basin, New Jersey4
New ichnospecies of Linichnus Jacobsen & Bromley, 20094
Vertebrate footprints and a mammal mud-bath trace fossil (Laspichnia) from the Mukdadiya Formation (Late Miocene–Pliocene), Chamchamal Area, Kurdistan Region, Northeast Iraq4
Ichnologic note: in defence of Thatchtelithichnus Zonneveld, Bartels, Gunnell and McHugh, 20154
Zoophycos in storm-affected environments: a case study from lower Maastrichtian deposits of the Mateur-Beja area (Northern Tunisia)4
Behavioral stereotypy and some ecological consequences of entrance-shaft placement of the domichniumSanctum laurentiensisin Ordovician trepostomate Bryozoa4
Psammichnites gigas from the lower Cambrian of the Mackenzie Mountains, northwest Canada, and their biostratigraphic implications3
The earliest occurrence of the ichnogenus Psilonichnus: a new record from the Mississippian of the West of Ireland3
Dinosaur taphonomy of the Jurassic Shishugou Formation (Northern Junggar Basin, NW China) – insights from bioerosional trace fossils on bone3
An etched turtle bone from the Paleogene of the Isle of Wight, UK3
First description of the ichnofauna from the type locality of the Famennian stage (Late Devonian) of S Belgium3
Freshwater to low salinity expression of Cretaceous Glossifungites-demarcated autogenic stratigraphic surfaces, central Utah3
First record of the trace fossil Protovirgularia in the Passaic Formation (Late Triassic), Newark Supergroup, near Milford, New Jersey3
Scolicia shirahamensis isp. nov.: a triple-corded scolicia and its ichnological implications3
Macroborings in Otodus megalodon and Otodus chubutensis shark teeth from the submerged shelf of Onslow Bay, North Carolina, USA: implications for processes of lag deposit formation3
Horseshoe crab trace fossils and associated ichnofauna of the Pony Creek Shale Lagerstätte, Upper Pennsylvanian, Kansas, USA3
A new shallow-marine, high-latitude record of the trace fossil Macaronichnus in Miocene, reworked delta-front clinoforms, Punta Basílica, Tierra Del Fuego, Argentina3