Ostracoda

Circulinidae Neckaja, 1966

Selection of related publications
Truuver, K., Meidla, T. 2015. A Hirnantian deep-water refuge for warm-water ostracods in Baltoscandia. Geological Quarterly 59, 4, 738-749. DOI:10.7306/gq.1258
Meidla, T. 2007. Ostracods from the Upper Ordovician Borenshult fauna, Sweden. GFF 129, 2, 123-132. DOI:10.1080/11035890701292123
Ivantsov, A. Y., Melnikova, L. M. 1998. The lower Ordovician Volkhov and Kunda horizons and characteristics of trilobites and ostracodes (the Volkhov River, Leningrad region). Stratigraphy and Geological Correlation 6, 5, 47-63.
Meidla, T. 1996. Late Ordovician Ostracodes of Estonia. Fossilia Baltica 2.
Sidaravičiene, N. 1992. Ordovician ostracods of Lithuania.
Meidla, T., Sarv, L. 1990. Ostracodes. Field Meeting Estonia 1990. An Excursion Guidebook. Eds: Kaljo, D. & Nestor, H., pp. 68-71.
Meidla, T. 1986. Neue Ostrakoden aus dem Ordovizium des Baltikums. Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences of the Estonian SSR. Geology 35, 1, 10-19.
Gailite, L. 1975. Ostracoda from Middle and Upper Ordovician boundary in West Latvia. The Fauna and Stratigraphy of Paleozoic and Mesozoic of Baltic and Byelorussia, pp. 59-68.
Gailite, L. K. 1970. Ostracodes from the Kuldiga member of the Upper Ordovician of Latvia. Palaeontology and stratigraphy of the Baltic and Byelorussia. Number II, pp. 19-31.
Neckaja, A. I. 1966. Ostrakody ordovika i silura SSSR (semejstva Schmidtellidae, Rectellidae, Longisculidae i nekotorye novye vidy drugih semejstv). Trudy VNIGRI 251, 1-103.
Sarv, L. I. 1963. New ostracodes from the Ordovician of East Baltic. ENSV TA Geoloogia Instituudi uurimused XIII, 161-188. ENSV Teaduste Akadeemia Geoloogia Instituudi Uurimused XIII, pp. 161-188.
Sarv, L. 1959. Ordovician ostracodes in the Estonian S.S.R.. ENSV TA Geoloogia Instituudi uurimused IV, 1-210. Eesti NSV Teaduste Akadeemia Geoloogia Instituudi Uurimused IV, pp. 1-210.
Jaanusson, V. 1957. Middle Ordovician Ostracodes of Central and Southern Sweden. Bulletin of Geological Institutions of the University of Uppsala 37, 17, 173-442.