cornulitids
Order Cornulitida Bouček, 1964

et: kornuliidid;

Taxon ID: 269 / 2014-09-04
Belongs to: Tentaculita
Sister taxa: Microconchida | Tentaculitida
Contains: Cornulitidae
Baltoscandian species (in database): 8

Selection of related publications

  • Vinn et al., 2017b. The earliest cornulitid on the internal surface of the illaenid pygidium from the Middle Ordovician of Estonia [DOI]
  • Zatoń et al., 2016. A new microconchid species from the Silurian of Baltica [DOI]
  • Zaton et al., 2015. Palaeocology and sedimentary environment of the Late Devonian biostrome from the Central Devonian Field, Russia [DOI]
  • Vinn et al., 2014a. Symbiotic endobiont biofacies in the Silurian of Baltica [DOI]
  • Vinn et al., 2014c. A new species of Conchicolites (Cornulitida, Tentaculita) from the Wenlock of Gotland, Sweden [DOI]
  • Vinn, 2013a. Cornulitid tubeforms from the Ordovician of Eastern Baltic
  • Vinn & Mõtus, 2012b. Diverse early endobiotic coral symbiont assemblage from the Katian (Late Ordovician) of Baltica [DOI]
  • Vinn & Mõtus, 2012a. New endobiotic cornulitid and Cornulites sp. aff. Cornulites celatus (Cornulitida, Tentaculita) from the Katian of Vormsi Island, Estonia [DOI]
  • Vinn & Wilson, 2010d. Endosymbiotic Cornulites in the Sheinwoodian (Early Silurian) stromatoporoids of Saaremaa, Estonia
  • Vinn, 2010a. Shell microstructure of Cornulites semiapertus Öpik, 1930 and other early cornulitids from the Ordovician of North Estonia
  • Vinn, 2009a (dupl ID 904). Attempted predation on Early Paleozoic cornulitids.
  • Mõtus & Vinn, 2009. The worm endosymbionts in tabulate corals from the Silurian of Podolia, Ukraine [DOI]
  • Vinn & Mõtus, 2008. The earliest endosymbiotic mineralized tubeworms from the Silurian of Podolia, Ukraine
  • Vinn, 2004. The earliest known Trypanites borings in the shells of articulate brachiopods from the Arenig (Ordovician) of Baltica
  • Männil, Ralf, 1961a. On the morphology of the hemisphaeric zoaria of Trepostomata (Bryozoa)
  • Öpik, 1930b. Beiträge zur Kenntnis der Kukruse-(C2-C3-)Stufe in Eesti. IV