Conodonta

Oepikodus evae (Lindström, 1955)

Synonymy list
1955     Prioniodus evae n. sp. — Lindström, pp. 589-590, fig. 6:4-01
1955     Oepikodus smithensis n. sp. — Lindström, pp. 571-572, fig. 6:1-3
1955     Oistodus longiramis n. sp. — Lindström, pp. 579, fig. 4:35-37
1971     Prioniodus evae — Lindström, pp. 52, fig. 13-14
1974     Oepikodus evae (Lindström) — van Wamel, fig. 6:16-17
1993     Oepikodus evae (Lindström) — Löfgren, fig. 6A -C
1994     Oepikodus evae (Lindström) — Löfgren, fig. 8:13-15
2001     Oepikodus evae (Lindström, 1955) — Rasmussen, fig. 11:4-8
Selection of related publications
Viira, V. 2011. Lower and Middle Ordovician conodonts from subsurface of SE Estonia and adjacent Russia. Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences 60, 1, 1-21. DOI:10.3176/earth.2011.1.01
Viira, V., Mens, K., Nemliher, J. 2006. Lower Ordovician Leetse Formation in the North Estonian Klint area. Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Geology 55, 2, 156-174.
Löfgren, A., Viira, V., Mens, K. 2005. Conodont biostratigraphy and sedimentary history in the upper Tremadoc at Uuga, Cape Pakri, NW Estonia. GFF 127, 4, 283-293. DOI:10.1080/11035890501274283
Sjöstrand, L. L. M. 2003. Early to early Middle Ordovician conodont biostratigraphy of the Tamsalu drill core, central Estonia. Examensarbeite i geologi vid Lunds Universitet , 156, 1-20.
Viira, V., Löfgren, A., Mägi, S., Wickström, J. 2001. An Early to Middle Ordovician succession of conodont faunas at Mäekalda, northern Estonia. Geological Magazine 138, 6, 699-718. DOI:10.1017/S0016756801005945
Löfgren, A. 1978. Arenigian and Llanvirnian cocodonts from Jämtland, northern Sweden. Fossils and Strata 13, 1-129.