Graptolithina

Nemagraptus gracilis (Hall, 1847)

Synonymy list
1847     Graptolithus gracilis — Hall, pp. 274, fig. 74:6
1903     Nemagraptus gracilis — Elles et Wood, pp. 127, fig. 19:1a-f
1947     Nemagraptus gracilis — Ruedemann, pp. 367, fig. 60:1-12
1964     Nemagraptus gracilis — Obut et Sobolevskaya, pp. 49, fig. 9:1-3
1976     Nemagraptus gracilis (J. Hall, 1847) — Tzaj, pp. 27, fig. 3:7
1998     Nemagraptus gracilis (J. Hall, 1847) — Maletz, pp. 358, fig. 8I,?J,?K
2007     Nemagraptus gracilis (Hall, 1847) — Nõlvak & Goldman, pp. 259, fig. 4.5-4.7
2015     Nemagraptus gracilis — Goldman et al., pp. 3
2017     Nemagraptus gracilis (Hall, 1847) — Chen, X. et al., pp. 213, fig. Figs. 6-56A–F; 6-57A–H
Selection of related publications
Maletz, J., Ahlberg, P., Lundberg, F. 2020. Ordovician graptolite biostratigraphy of the Röstånga-2 drill core (Scania, southern Sweden). GFF , 1-17. DOI:10.1080/11035897.2020.1739743
Goldman, D., Nõlvak, J. Maletz, J. 2015. Middle to Late Ordovician graptolite and chitinozoan biostratigraphy of the Kandava-25 drill core in western Latvia. GFF 137, 3, 197-211. DOI:10.1080/11035897.2015.1021375
Nõlvak, J., Goldman, D. 2007. Biostratigraphy and taxonomy of three-dimensionally preserved nemagraptids from the Middle and Upper Ordovician of Baltoscandia. Journal of Paleontology 2007, 2, 254-260. DOI:10.1666/0022-3360(2007)81[254:BATOTP]2.0.CO;2
Nõlvak, J., Goldman, D. 2004. Distribution of Nemagraptus in the East Baltic Ordovician. WOGOGOB-2004. Conference Materials. Abstracts and Field Guide Book, pp. 75-76.