fossils
None Biota

et: fossiilid;

Taxon ID: 29 / 2013-01-09
Belongs to: None
Contains: Animalia | Eubacteria | Plantae | Protista | Ichnofossils | Incertae sedis (fossils)
Baltoscandian species (in database): 7526

Selection of related publications

  • Glinskiy & Pinakhina, 2018. New data on psammosteid heterostracans (Pteraspidomorpha) and acanthodians (Acanthodii) from the Pärnu Regional Stage (Lower Eifelian, Middle Devonian) of Estonia [DOI]
  • Pinakhina & Märss, 2018. The Middle Devonian acanthodian assemblage of the Karksi outcrop in Estonia [DOI]
  • Tinn & Märss, 2018. The earliest osteostracan Kalanaspis delectabilis gen. et sp. nov. from the mid-Aeronian (mid-Llandovery, lower silurian) of Estonia [DOI]
  • Ivanov & Plax, 2018. Chondrichthyans from the Devonian-Early Carboniferous of Belarus [DOI]
  • Wu et al., 2018. Conodont biostratigraphy and carbon isotope stratigraphy of the Middle Ordovician (Darriwilian) Komstad Limestone, southern Sweden [DOI]
  • Cole & Toom, 2018. New camerate crinoid genera from the Upper Ordovician (Katian) of Estonia: evolutionary origin of family Opsiocrinidae and a phylogenetic assessment of Ordovician Monobathrida [DOI]
  • Mark-Kurik et al., 2018. A new species of the antiarch Microbrachius from the Middle Devonian (Givetian) of Belarus [DOI]
  • Vinn et al., 2017b. The earliest cornulitid on the internal surface of the illaenid pygidium from the Middle Ordovician of Estonia [DOI]
  • Hints, O. et al., 2017a. Early Middle Ordovician scolecodonts from northwestern Argentina and the emergence of labidognath polychaete jaw apparatuses [DOI]
  • Wright & Toom, 2017. New crinoids from the Baltic region (Estonia): fossil tip-dating phylogenetics constrains the origin and Ordovician–Silurian diversification of the Flexibilia (Echinodermata) [DOI]
  • Holmer et al., 2017. Unusual pitted Ordovician brachiopods from the East Baltic: the significance of coarsely pitted ornamentations in linguliforms [DOI]
  • Jarochowska et al., 2017. Conodonts in Silurian hypersaline environments: Specialized and unexpectedly diverse [DOI]
  • Ebbestad et al., 2017. Late Ordovician rostroconchs (Mollusca) from fluvial erratics in northwestern Europe [DOI]
  • Gubanov et al., 2017. The problematic mollusc Jinonicella from the Silurian of North America [DOI]
  • Harper et al., 2017. Brachiopods: origin and early history [DOI]
  • Kröger et al., 2017b. The reengineering of reef habitants during the Great Ordovician Biodiversification Event [DOI]
  • Kröger & Aubrechtová, 2017. Cephalopods from reef limestone of the Vasalemma Formation, northern Estonia (latest Sandbian, Upper Ordovician) and the establishment of a local warm-water fauna [DOI]
  • Slater et al., 2017a. A cryptic record of Burgess Shale-type diversity from the early Cambrian of Baltica [DOI]
  • Märss et al., 2017. Gill rakers and teeth of three pleuronectiform species (Teleostei) of the Baltic Sea: a microichthyological approach [DOI]
  • Glinskiy & Nilov, 2017. A new psammosted (Agnatha, Heterostraci) from the Amata Regional Stage of the Main Devonian Field and morpho-histological types of discrete micromeric elements in the family Psammosteidae [DOI]
  • Mastik & Tinn, 2017. Leveilleites hartnageli Foerste, 1923 (Rhodophyta?) from the Ordovician of Laurentia and Silurian of Baltica: Redescription and designation of a neotype [DOI]
  • Eriksson et al., 2017. Earth’s oldest ‘Bobbit worm’ – gigantism in a Devonian eunicidan polychaete [DOI]
  • Jin & Holmer, 2017. Pentameroid brachiopod Karlsorus new genus from the upper Wenlock (Silurian) Slite Beds, Gotland, Sweden [DOI]