Euarthrodira Gross, 1932

Taxon ID: 276 / 2012-01-14
Fossil group: Placodermi
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Stratigraphic range: Devon (within ca. 417.0–354.0 million years)
Baltoscandian species (in database):
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Mark-Kurik, E. & Põldvere, Anne 2012. Devonian stratigraphy in Estonia: current state and problems. Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences 61, 1, 33-47. DOI:10.3176/earth.2012.1.03
Lukševičs, E., Lebedev, O. A. & Zakharenko, G, V. 2010. Palaeozoogeographical connections of the Devonian vertebrate communities of the Baltica Province. Part I. Eifelian–Givetian. Palaeoworld 19, 1-2, 94-107. DOI:10.1016/j.palwor.2010.02.001
Dupret, V. 2010. Revision of the genus Kujdanowiaspis Stensiö, 1942 (Placodermi, Arthrodira, "Actinolepida" from the Lower Devonian of Podolia (Ukraine). Geodiversitas 32, 1, 5-63. DOI:10.5252/g2010n1a1
Dupret, V., Goujet, D. & Mark-Kurik, E. 2007. A new genus of placoderm (Arthrodira: 'Actinolepida') from the Lower Devonian of Podolia (Ukraine). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 27, 2, 266-284. DOI:10.1671/0272-4634(2007)27[266:ANGOPA]2.0.CO;2
Ivanov, A., Zhuravlev, A., Stinkulis, G., Evdokimova, I., Dronov, A., Sokiran, E., Shishlov, S., Broushkin, A. & Myshkina, N. 2005. Devonian sections of north-west of East European Platform. The Sixth Baltic Stratigraphical Conference. St. Petersburg, Russia, August 22-25, 2005. Guidebook of the Post-conference field trip, pp. 1-66.
Mark-Kurik, E. & Carls, P. 2004. Tityosteus, a Marine Fish (Arthrodira, Homostiidae) from the Emsian of Aragon, Spain, and its Distribution. Revista Espanola de Paleontologia 19, 2, 139-194.
Mark-Kurik, E. 2000. The Middle Devonian fishes of the Baltic States (Estonia, Latvia) and Belarus. Cour. Forsch.- Inst. Senckenberg , 223, 309-324.
Raukas, A. & Teedumäe, A. (eds) 1997. Geology and Mineral Resources of Estonia.
Mark-Kurik, E. 1993. Remarks on the trunk-shield structure in Homostius (Placodermi). Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Geology 42, 4, 176-180.
Mark-Kurik, E. 1992. The inferognathal in the Middle Devonian arthrodire Homostius. Lethaia 25, 2, 173-178. DOI:10.1111/j.1502-3931.1992.tb01382.x
Mark-Kurik, E. 1991. Contribution to the correlation of the Emsian (Lower Devonian) on the basis of placoderm fishes. Newsletter on Stratigraphy 25, 1, 11-23. DOI:10.1127/nos/25/1991/11
Ivanov, O. A. 1988. The new arthrodire genus from the Upper Devonian of Timan. Paleontologicheski Zhurnal , 1, 121-123.
Mark-Kurik E. 1985. Actinolepis spinosa n. sp. (Arthrodira) from the Early Devonian of Latvia. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 5, 4, 287-292. DOI:10.1080/02724634.1985.10011866
Krasnov, V. I. & Kurik, E. J. 1982. The first find of fossil fish in the limestones of the Tashtypsky formation from South-Minusinsk depression. Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Devonian and Carboniferous. Red: Uferev, O. V., pp. 47-52.
Mark-Kurik, E 1974. Discovery of new Devonian fish localities in the Soviet Arctic. Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences of the Estonian SSR. Chemistry and Geology 23, 4, 332-335.
Mark-Kurik, E. 1973. Actinolepis (Arthrodira) from the Middle Devonian of Estonia. Palaeontographica 143, 89-108.
Obrucheva, O. P. 1966. New facts concerning the coccosteids (Placodermi) from the Baltic Devonian. Palaeontology and stratigraphy of the Baltic and the Byelorussia. No I (VI), pp. 151-189.
Mark, E. J. 1963. On the spinal plate of the Middle Devonian arthrodire Homostius. Trudy Instituta geologii AN ESSR 13, 189-200. ENSV Teaduste Akadeemia Geoloogia Instituudi Uurimused XIII, pp. 189-200.
Obrucheva, O. P. 1962. Devonian armored fish of the USSR (Coccosteus and Dinichthys).
Gross, W. 1940. Acanthodier und Placodermen aus den Heterostius-Schichten Estlands und Lettlands. Tartu Ülikooli juures oleva Loodusuurijate Seltsi Aruanded 46, 12-99. Tartu Ülikooli Geoloogia-instituudi toimetused, Nr. 60, pp. 12-99.
Gross, W. 1933. Die Fische des baltischen Devons. Palaeontographica 79, 1-74.
Heintz, A. 1933. Revision of the Estonian Arthrodira. Part I. Family Homostiidae Jaekel.. Eesti Loodusteaduse Arhiiv X, 4, 1-115.
Asmuss, H. 1856. Das vollkommenste Hautskelet der bisher bekannten Thierreihe. An fossilen Fischen des Alten Rothen Sandsteins, aufgefunden und aus ihren Resten erläutert.