Chitinozoa

Conochitina emmastensis Nestor, 1982

Type specimen data
Synonymy list
1982     Conochitina emmastensis sp. n. — Nestor, V., pp. 105, fig. 1:1-3; text-fig. 1
1989     C. aff. emmastensis — Asselin, Achab et Bourque, pp. 4:17
1994     Conochitina emmastensis Nestor, 1982 — Nestor, V., pp. 29, fig. 13:5-6
Selection of related publications
Männik, P., Loydell, D. K., Nestor, V., Nõlvak, J. 2015. Integrated Upper Ordovician–lower Silurian biostratigraphy of the Grötlingbo-1 core section, Sweden. GFF 137, 3, 226-244. DOI:10.1080/11035897.2015.1042032
Loydell, D. K., Nestor, V., Männik, P. 2010. Integrated biostratigraphy of the lower Silurian of the Kolka-54 core, Latvia. Geological Magazine 147, 2, 253-280. DOI:10.1017/S0016756809990574
Nestor, V. 2005. Chitinozoans of the Margachitina margaritana Biozone and the Llandovery-Wenlock boundary in West Estonian drill cores. Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Geology 54, 2, 87-111.
Loydell, D. K. & Nestor, V. 2005. Integrated graptolite and chitinozoan biostratigraphy of the upper Telychian (Llandovery, Silurian) of the Ventspils D-3 core, Latvia. Geological Magazine 142, 4, 369-376. DOI:10.1017/S0016756805000531
Loydell, D., Männik, P. & Nestor, V. 2003. Integrated biostratigraphy of the lower Silurian of the Aizpute-41 core, Latvia. Geological Magazine 140, 2, 205-229. DOI:10.1017/S0016756802007264
Nestor, V. 1994. Early Silurian chitinozoans of Estonia and North Latvia.
Nestor, V. 1993. Chitinozoans at the Llandovery-Wenlock transition in the Jaagarahu core, Estonia. Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Geology 42, 4, 167-175.
Nestor, V. 1984. Distribution of Chitinozoans in the Late Llandoverian Rumba Formation (Pentamerus Oblongus Beds) of Estonia. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 43, 1-3, 145-153. DOI:10.1016/0034-6667(84)90030-7
Nestor, V. 1982. New Wenlockian species of Conochitina from Estonia. Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences of the Estonian SSR. Geology 31, 3, 105-111.
References based on distribution
Occurrence in samples
(78.2 ... 97.6): 4 sample(s)
(179.3 ... 188.97): 3 sample(s)