Foraminifera

Foraminifera dOrbigny, 1826

Foraminiferans

Taxon ID: 32 / 2015-11-24
Belongs to:
et: foraminifeerid; fi: huokoseläimet; sv: foraminiferer; 
Baltoscandian species (in database):
See also: Wikipedia page    Encyclopedia of Life page    Estonian eBiodiversity    Paleobiology Database   
Selection of related publications
McIlroy, D. & Brasier, M. D. 2017. Ichnological evidence for the Cambrian explosion in the Ediacaran to Cambrian succession of Tanafjord, Finnmark, northern Norway. Geological Society, London, Special Publications 448, DOI:10.6084/m9.figshare.c.3462561
Winchester-Seeto, T. M. & McIlroy, D. 2006. Lower Cambrian melanosclerites and foraminiferal linings from the Lontova Formation, St. petersburg, Russia. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 139, 1-4, 71-79. DOI:10.1016/j.revpalbo.2005.07.012
McIlroy, D., Green, O. R. & Brasier, M. D. 2001. Palaeobiology and evolution of the earliest agglutinated Foraminifera: Platysolenites, Spirosolenites and related forms. Lethaia 34, 1, 13-29. DOI:10.1080/002411601300068170
Lipps, J. H. 1992. Proterozoic and Cambrian Skeletonized Protists. The Proterozoic Biosphere. A Multidisciplinary Study, pp. 237-241.
Posti, E. 1978. New finds of platysolenitids and gastropods from the Lontova Stage of Estonia. Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences of the Estonian SSR. Geology 27, 3, 103-107.
Mens, K. A. & Pirrus, E. A. 1977. Stratotypes of the Cambrian Formations of Estonia.
Jankauskas, T. & Posti, E. 1973. Micropaleontological characteristic of the stratotype sections of the Estonian Lower Cambrian. Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences of the Estonian SSR. Chemistry and Geology 22, 2, 143-148.
Korkutis, V. A. 1966. Tubicolous Worms of the Lower Cambrian of the South of the East Baltic territory. Palaeontology and stratigraphy of the Baltic and the Byelorussia. No I (VI), pp. 7-29.
Öpik, A. 1926. Über den estländischen Blauen Ton. Tartu Ülikooli juures oleva Loodusuurijate Seltsi Aruanded 33, , 39-47.