Graptolithina

Diplograptus pristis (Hisinger, 1837)

Synonymy list
1837     Prionotus pristis — Hisinger, pp. 114, fig. 35:5
1881     Diplograptus pristis Hisinger — Törnquist, pp. 443-445, fig. 2:8a-g
1882     Diplograptus? pristis Hisinger — Tullberg, pp. 10-11, fig. 1:2-10
1891     Diplograptus pristis Hisinger — Törnquist, pp. 26-27, fig. 1:18-22
1907     Diplograptus (Orthograptus) pristis (Hisinger) — Elles et Wood, pp. 245, fig. 165a-c
1940     Diplograptus pristis (Hisinger) — Thorslund, pp. 23
1949     Diplograptus pristis (Hisinger) — Přibyl, fig. 4:6-7; 5:1
1963     Diplograptus pristis (Hisinger, 1837) — Skoglund, pp. 43-45, fig. 4:1-5
1975     Diplograptus pristis (Hisinger) — Ulst, pp. 75-76, fig. 1:8; 2:7
2002     Diplograptus pristis (Hisinger, 1837) — Palsson, pp. 19, fig. 4G; 6A-D
2009     Diplograptus pristis (Hisinger, 1837) — Mitchell et al., pp. 29, fig. 1:A-D, F, G
Selection of related publications
Mitchell, C. E., Maletz, J., Goldman, D. 2009. What is Diplograptus?. Bulletin of Geosciences 84, 1, 27-34. DOI:10.3140/bull.geosci.1109
Pålsson, C. 2002. Upper Ordovician graptolites and biostratigraphy of the Röstånga 1 core, Scania, S. Sweden. DGF 49, 9-23.
Ulst, R. 1975. Graptolites from Upper Ordovician Fjäcka Member of Middle Baltic. The Fauna and Stratigraphy of Paleozoic and Mesozoic of Baltic and Byelorussia, pp. 69-84.
References based on distribution