Fossil group: Bryozoa
Subfamily Heterotrypinae Ulrich, 1890

Taxon ID: 5154 | 2013-02-05 / 2018-04-23
Belongs to: Monticuliporidae
Sister taxa: Dittoporinae | Hemieridotrypinae | Monticuliporinae | Trematoporinae
Contains: Dannunziopora | Dekayella | Dekayia | Eichwaldopora | Heterotrypa | Leioclema | Lioclemella | Stigmatella
Stratigraphic range: Ordovician Triassic | ~ 488,3–205,1 Ma
Baltoscandian species (in database): 27

Selection of related publications

  • Vinn et al., 2017c. Rare rugosan-bryozoan intergrowth from the Upper Ordovician of Estonia [DOI]
  • Ernst & Nakerm, 2015. Bryozoans from the lower Silurian (Wenlock) Steinsfjorden Formation of Ringerike, southern Norway [DOI]
  • Ernst & Nakrem, 2012. Late Ordovician (Sandbian) bryozoans and their deposital enviroment, Furuberget Formation, Mjosa District, Oslo Region, Norway [DOI]
  • Pushkin & Popov, 2005. Two enigmatic bryozoans from the Middle Ordovician of the East baltic [DOI]
  • Pushkin et al., 1990. Přídolían Bryozoa of the USSR
  • Pushkin, 1987. Bryozoans of suborder Halloporina from Belorussia and East European Platform
  • Brood, 1980a. Upper Ordovician bryozoa from Dalmantina beds of Kinnekulle, Sweden [DOI]
  • Pushkin, 1976c. New species of Ordovician and Silurian Bryozoans of the Brest Depression.
  • Pushkin, 1976b. On the genus Anaphragma (Bryozoa)
  • Brood, 1974a. Bryozoa from the Ludlovian of Bjärsjölagard in Skane [DOI]
  • Rõõmusoks, 1970. Stratigraphy of the Viruan Series (Middle Ordovician) in Northern Estonia, I
  • Astrova & Kopaevich, 1970. Bryozoa
  • Astrova, 1965. Morphology, history of development and system of the Ordovician and Silurian Bryozoa
  • Männil, Ralf, 1961a. On the morphology of the hemisphaeric zoaria of Trepostomata (Bryozoa)
  • Männil, Ralf, 1959b. Stratigraphy of Ordovician Bryozoa from Estonia
  • Modzalevskaya, 1953. Ordovician Treptostomata from Baltics and their significance in stratigraphy
  • Bekker, 1921. The Kuckers Stage of the Ordovician Rocks in N-E Estonia
  • Bassler, 1911b. The Early Paleozoic Bryozoa of the Baltic Provinces.