Conodonta

Cordylodus andresi Viira et Sergeyeva, 1987

Synonymy list
1981     Cordylodus sp. — Andres, pp. 23,25, fig. 11-18
1982     Cordylodus sp. (Andres, 1981) — Borovko, Sergeyeva, fig. pate fig. 16,17
1986     Cordylodus andresi Viira et Sergeyeva — Kaljo et al., fig. II 1-6,9,10
1987     Cordylodus andresi Viira et Sergeyeva sp. n. — Viira et al., pp. 147, fig. I 1-8; III 1,2,4; text fig. 2,18,33,36,42-59,
1989     Cordylodus andresi Viira et Sergeyeva — Mens et al., fig. fig.2
1998     Cordylodus andresi Viira et Sergeyeva — Szaniawski & Bengtson, pp. 16, fig. 1:4-6 8-15;2:1-3
2014     Cordylodus? andresi Viira et Sergeyeva, 1987, in Viira et al., 1987 — Bagnoli & Stouge
Selection of related publications
Männik, P., Viira, V. 2012. Ordovician conodont diversity in the northern Baltic. Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences 61, 1, 1-14. DOI:10.3176/earth.2012.1.01
Raukas, A., Teedumäe, A. (eds) 1997. Geology and Mineral Resources of Estonia.
Mens, K., Heinsalu, H., Jegonjan, K., Kurvits, T., Puura, I., Viira, V. 1996. Cambrian-Ordovician boundary beds in the Pakri Cape section, NW Estonia. Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Geology 45, 1, 9-21.
Mens, K., Viira, V., Paalits, I., Puura, I. 1989. Cambrian-Ordovician boundary beds at Mäekalda, Tallinn, North Estonia. Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences of the Estonian SSR. Geology 38, 3, 101-111.
Kaljo, D., Heinsalu, H., Mens, K., Puura, I., Viira, V. 1988. Cambrian-Ordovician Boundary beds at Tõnismägi, Tallinn, North Estonia. Geological Magazine 125, 4, 457-463. DOI:10.1017/S001675680001308X
Viira, V., Sergeyeva, L., Popov, L. 1987. Earliest representatives of the genus Cordylodus (Conodonta) from Cambro-Ordovician boundary beds of North Estonia and Leningrad Region. Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences of the Estonian SSR. Geology 36, 4, 145-153.
Kaljo, D., Borovko, N., Heinsalu, H. Khazanovich, K., Mens, K., Popov, L., Sergejeva, S., Sobolevskaya, R., Viira, V. 1986. The Cambrian-Ordovician boundary in the Baltic-Ladoga clint area (North Estonia and Leningrad Region, USSR). Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences of the Estonian SSR. Geology 35, 3, 97-108.