Brachiopoda

Furcitellinae Williams, 1965

Selection of related publications
Hoel, O. A. 2011. Strophomenidae, Leptostrophiidae, Strophodontidae and Shaleriidae (Brachiopoda, Strophomenida) from the Silurian of Gotland, Sweden. Paläontologische Zeitschrift 85, 2, 201-229. DOI:10.1007/s12542-010-0088-3
Rubel, M. 2011. Silurian brachiopods Dictyonellida, Strophomenida, Productida, Orthotetida, Protorthida and Orthida from Estonia. Fossilia Baltica 4, pp. 1-133.
Rõõmusoks, A. 2004. Ordovician strophomenoid brachiopods of northern Estonia.. Fossilia Baltica 3, pp. 1-151.
Rõõmusoks, A. 1993. Four new brachiopod genera of the subfamily Oepikinae (Strophomenacea) from the Ordovician of Estonia. Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Geology 42, 2, 48-57.
Rõõmusoks, A. 1993. Some brachiopod genera of the subfamily Strophomeninae from the Ordovician of Estonia. Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Geology 42, 3, 110-117.
Rõõmusoks, A. 1993. A review of Estonian Ordovician rafinesquinids (Brachiopoda, Strophomenacea). Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Geology 42, 4, 160-166.
Hints, L. 1990. Ordovician articulate brachiopods.. Field Meeting Estonia 1990. An Excursion Guidebook. Eds: Kaljo, D. & Nestor, H., pp. 58-61.
Rõõmusoks, A. 1985. The genera Trigrammaria and Microtrypa (Strophomenidae) in the Ordovician of Baltoscandia. Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences of the Estonian SSR. Geology 34, 4, 133-140.
Rõõmusoks, A. 1956. The biostratigraphic subdivision of the Ordovician strata in Estonia. Trudy Instituta geologii AN ESSR 1, , 9-29.
Rõõmusoks, A. K. 1956. Luhaia, a new genus Strophomenid on the Upper Ordovician of Estonian SSR.. Dokladõ Akademii nauk SSSR 106, 6, 1091-1092.
Oraspõld, A. L. 1956. New brachiopods from the Jõhvi, Keila and Vasalemma stages. Trudy Instituta geologii AN ESSR 1, 41-67.
Öpik, A. 1930. Brachiopoda Protremata der estländischen ordovizischen Kukruse-Stufe. Tartu Ülikooli Geoloogia Instituudi Toimetused 20, 1-261.
Bekker, H. 1921. The Kuckers Stage of the Ordovician Rocks in NE Estonia. Acta Univ. Tartu A II, 1, 1-90.