Cephalopoda

Estonioceras Noetling, 1883

Selection of related publications
Pohle, A., Klug, C., Toom, U., Kröger, B. 2019. Conch structures, soft-tissue imprints and taphonomy of the Middle Ordovician cephalopod Tragoceras falcatum from Estonia. Fossil Imprint 75, 1, 70-78. DOI:10.2478/if-2019-0006
King, A. H. 2014. Taxonomic review of early Darriwilian estonioceratids (Tarphycerida, Nautiloidea) from Sweden, Estonia, and the ‘Diluvium-Geschiebe’ ofnorthern Germany and Poland. Denisia 32, 47-57.
King, A. H. 1999. A Review of Volkhovian and Kundan (Arenig-Llanvirn) Nautiloids from Sweden. Advancing Research on Living and Fossil Cephalopods, pp. 137-159. DOI:10.1007/978-1-4615-4837-9_11
Stumbur, H. A. 1960. On different ways of evolution of nautiloids. Eesti NSV Teaduste Akadeemia Toimetised, Tehniliste ja Füüsikalis-matemaatiliste teaduste seeria / Известия Академии наук Эстонской ССР. Серия технических и физико-математических наук IX, 4, 368-378.
Balashov, Z. G. 1953. Svernutye i polusvernutye nautiloidei ordovika Pribaltiki. Trudy Vsesoûznogo Naučno-Issledovatel'skogo Geologo-Razvedočnogo Instituta (VNIGRI) , 217-300. Stratigraphy and fauna of the Ordovician and Silurian West Russian Platform, pp. 217-300.