Agnatha

Trimerolepis tricava (Gross, 1967)

Synonymy list
1967     Katoporus tricavus n.g.,n.sp. — Gross, pp. 25-27, fig. 2:22-30, 3:1,2
1967     Katoporus triangulus — Gross, pp. 27, fig. 3:3-12, text fig. 10G-P
1967     Katoporus rhizoides — Gross, pp. 29, fig. 4:22-26, text fig.10Q-R
1970     Katoporus tricavus Gross, 1967 — Karatajūtė-Talimaa, pp. 37, fig. I 1-5; text fig. 2, 3
1970     Katoporus grossi — Karatajūtė-Talimaa, pp. 41, fig. 4-7
1973     Katoporus tricavus Gross — Turner, fig. 5b
1978     Katoporus tricavus Gross, 1967 — Karatajūtė-Talimaa, pp. 33, fig. 1,2; text fig.4, 5:1, 6:4-6
1986     Katoporus tricavus Gross — Märss, pp. 21, fig. 3:5-8;5;6:1-4; text fig.8-9
1991     Katoporus tricavus — Turner, pp. 87pars, fig. 5g
2006     Katoporodus tricavus (Gross, 1967) — Märss et al., pp. 54, fig. 12.1-4
2007     Trimerolepis tricava (Gross, 1967) — Märss et al., pp. 84
Selection of related publications
Märss, T., Turner, S., Karatajūtė-Talimaa, V. 2007. "Agnatha" II. Thelodonti. Handbook of Paleoichthyology, pp. 1-143.
Märss, T. 1986. Silurian Vertebrates of Estonia and West Latvia. Fossilia Baltica 1, 1-104.
Karatajūtė-Talimaa, V. 1970. Downtonian fish fauna of Lithuania, Estonia and northern Timan. Palaeontology and Stratigraphy of the Baltic and the Byelorussia. Number II, pp. 33-66.
References based on distribution