Tabulata

Halysitina Sokolov, 1947

Subrder HALYSITINA

Taxon ID: 263 / 2018-12-10
Fossil group: Tabulata
Belongs to:
Stratigraphic range: Alam-Ordoviitsium ülem-Silur (within ca. 488.3–416.0 million years)
Baltoscandian species (in database):
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Taxon overview

Subrder HALYSITINA Upper-Ordovician - upper Silurian. Corallites are enclosed into ranks, which are meandering or form polygonal lacunae. Corallites are separated in ranks by coenenchymal tubuli (Halysites, Fig. 4A) or by dissepiments (Cystihalysites, Fig. 4B). Commonly corallites have a common wall in ranks without coenenchymal tissue (Catenipora, Fig. 4C). They are abundant in the Ordovician and Silurian outcrops of West-Estonia (Catenipora tractabilis, Catenipora quadrata and Halysites junior).

Selection of related publications
Liang, K., Elias, R. J. & Lee, D.-J. 2018. Morphometrics, growth characteristics, and phylogenetic implications of Halysites catenularius (Tabulata, Silurian, Estonia). Journal of Paleontology , DOI:10.1017/jpa.2018.73
Vinn, O., Liang, K. & Toom, U. 2017. Endobiotic rugose coral symbionts in Silurian tabulate corals from Estonia (Baltica). Palaios 32, 3, 158-165. DOI:10.2110/palo.2016.084
Mõtus, M.-A. & Hints, O. (eds) 2007. 10th International Symposium on Fossil Cnidaria and Porifera. Excursion B2: Lower Paleozoic geology and corals of Estonia. Excursion Guidebook. 10th International Symposium on Fossil Cnidaria and Porifera, pp. 1-64.
Mõtus, M.-A. 2006. Intraspecific variation in Wenlock tabulate corals from Saaremaa (Estonia) and its taxonomic implications. Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Geology 55, 1, 24-42.
Mõtus, M.-A. & Sandström, O. 2005. Cystihalysites sp. and its significance to biostratigraphy and event stratigraphy in the Ludlow (Late Silurian) of Gotland, Sweden. GFF 127, 4, 269-272. DOI:10.1080/11035890501274269
Mõtus, M.-A. 2004. Tabulate corals from the Lower Silurian of Jämtland (Sweden). GFF 126, 4, 339-352. DOI:10.1080/11035890401264339
Nestor, H., Einasto, R., Nestor, V., Märss, T. & Viira, V. 2001. Description of the type section, cyclicity, and correlation of the Riksu Formation (Wenlock, Estonia). Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Geology 50, 3, 149-173.
Mõtus, M.-A. 2001. Environment related morphological variation in Early Silurian tabulate corals from the Baltic area. Bulletin of the Tohoku University Museum , 1, 62-69.
Mõtus, M.-A. & Klaamann, E. 1999. The halysitid coral genera Halysites and Cystihalysites from Gotland, Sweden. GFF 121, 2, 81-91. DOI:10.1080/11035899901212081
Sokolov, B. S. & Tesakov, J. I. 1984. Populational, biocenotic and biostratigraphic analysis tabulates. Model of Podolia.
Klaamann, E. 1983. The Tabulate corals of Jaani and Jaagarahu Stages (Wenlockian, Estonia) and their Biozones. Lower Paleozoic paleontology of Baltics and Podolia. Ed: Klaamann, E., pp. 3-40.
Klaamann, E. 1982. Tabulate communities (Late Wenlock and Ludlow, Gotland). Кальо Д. & Клааманн Э. (рeд.) Сообщества и биозоны в силуре Прибалтики., pp. 35-50.
Stasinska, A. 1974. Silurian tabulata from north-east Poland. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 19, 4, 501-517.
Klaamann, E. 1971. Über einige Korallen aus der Bohrung von File Haidar (Gotland, Schweden). Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences of the Estonian SSR. Geology 20, 1, 73-77.
Stasinska, A. 1967. Tabulata from Norway, Sweden and from the erratic boulders of Poland. Palaeontologia Polonica 18, , 1-112.
Klaamann, E. R. 1966. The incommunicate tabulata of Estonia. Trudy Instituta geologii AN ESSR , 1-97.
Klaamann, E. R. 1961. The Wenlockian tabulata and heliolitida of Estonia. Trudy Instituta geologii AN ESSR 6, 69-112. ENSV Teaduste Akadeemia Geoloogia Instituudi Uurimused VI, pp. 69-112.
Klaamann, E. R. 1959. On the tabulate fauna of the Juuru and Tamsalu stages. Proc. of the Academy of Sciences of the Estonian SSR. Ser. Tech. and Phys.-Mat. Sciences 8, 4, 256-270.
Sokolov, B. S. 1951. Tabulates from the Palaeozoic of the European part of the USSR. I. Ordovician of the West Urals and East Baltic area.. Trudy VNIGRI, pp. 1-132.