Orbisiana simplex Sokolov, 1976

Taxon description

Kolesnikov et al., 2018a

Diagnosis: Globular chambers arranged in compact grape-like clusters and constituting sinuous linear aggregates, the longest measured at 70 mm and comprising over 150 chambers. The width of the aggregates varies between 0.5 and 5.0 mm. Aggregates can diverge, with no appreciable change in chamber dimensions or shape, into two branches that are similar in appearance

Synonymy list
1976     Orbisiana simplex — Sokolov, pp. 138, fig. text fig.
1997     Orbisiana simplex Sokolov — Sokolov, pp. 120, fig. pl. 11, fig. 6.
2003     Orbisiana simplex Sokolov — Jensen, pp. 223, fig. figs. 5c, 5d
2016     Orbisiana simplex Sokolov — Golubkova et al., pp. 56, fig. text-pl., fig. 2
2016     Orbisiana simplex Sokolov — Kushim et al., pp. 21, fig. text-pl., fig. 2
2018     Orbisiana simplex Sokolov — Golubkova et al., pp. 302, fig. fig. 2e, 2f
2018     Orbisiana simplex Sokolov — Kolesnikov et al., fig. Fig. 2,3,4
2021     Orbisiana simplex Sokolov — Golubkova et al., pp. 586, fig. 14:6
Selection of related publications
Golubkova, E. Y., Bobrovskiy, I. M., Kushim, E. A., Plotkina, Y. V. 2021. Fossil Organisms of the Redkino Regional Stage of the Upper Vendian of the Northwestern Russian Platform (Leningrad Region). Paleontological Journal 55, 5, 579-587. DOI:10.1134/S0031030121050051
Jensen, S. 2003. The Proterozoic and Earliest Cambrian Trace Fossil Record; Patterns, Problems and Perspectives. Integrative and Comparative Biology 43, 1, 219-228. DOI:10.1093/icb/43.1.219
References based on distribution