Cephalopoda

Estonioceratidae Hyatt, 1900

Selection of related publications
King, A. H. 2014. Taxonomic review of early Darriwilian estonioceratids (Tarphycerida, Nautiloidea) from Sweden, Estonia, and the ‘Diluvium-Geschiebe’ ofnorthern Germany and Poland. Denisia 32, 47-57.
Mutvei, H. & Dunca, E. 2011. Siphuncular structure in the orders Tarphycerida and Barrandeocerida (Cephalopoda: Nautiloidea). Palaeontology 54, 3, 705-710. DOI:10.1111/j.1475-4983.2011.01041.x
Stumbur, H. & Mutvei, H. 1983. A new Middle Ordovician torticonic nautiloid. GFF 105, 1, 43-47. DOI:DOI: 10.1080/11035898309455293
Stumbur, H.A. 1962. Distribution of nautiloids in the Ordovician of Estonia with a description of some new genera. Trudy Instituta geologii AN ESSR 10, 131-148. ENSV Teaduste Akadeemia Geoloogia Instituudi Uurimused X, pp. 131-148.
Stumbur, H. A. 1960. On different ways of evolution of nautiloids. Proc. of the Academy of Sciences of the Estonian SSR. Ser. Tech. and Phys.-Mat. Sciences 9, 4, 368-378.
Stumbur, H. A. 1959. On the embryonic shells of some Ordovician Tarphyceratida. Paleontologicheski Zhurnal , 2, 25-29.
Mutvei, H. 1957. On the relations of the principal muscles to the shell in Nautilus and some fossil nautiloids. Arkiv för Mineralogi och Geologi 2, 10, 219-259. DOI:
Balashov, Z. G. 1955. Some new genera and species of Nautiloids from Ordovician of Baltics. Voprosy paleontologii , II, 45-54. Voprosy paleontologi, II, pp. 45-54.
Balashov, Z. G. 1953. Coiled and half-coiled nautiloids from the Ordovician of Baltics. Stratigraphy and fauna of the Ordovician and Silurian West Russian Platform, pp. 217-300.
Angelin, N. P. & Lindström, G. 1880. Fragmenta Silurica e dono Caroli Henrici Wegelin. DOI: