Brachiopoda

Linguliformea Williams, Carlson, Brunton, Holmer et Popov, 1996

Selection of related publications
Holmer, L. E., Yue, L., Zhang, Z., Zhang, Z. 2019. The problematic lingulate brachiopod Aulonotreta from the Ordovician (Dapingian–Darriwilian) of Baltoscandia . Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences 68, 4, 206–224.
Holmer, L. E., Zhang, Z., Topper, T. P., Popov, L., Claybourn, T. M. 2018. The attachment strategies of Cambrian kutorginate brachiopods: the curious case of two pedicle openings and their phylogenetic significance. Journal of Paleontology 92, 1, 33-39. DOI:10.1017/jpa.2017.76
Holmer, L. E., Popov, L. E., Ghobadi Pour, M., Zhang, Z., Zhang, Z. 2017. Unusual pitted Ordovician brachiopods from the East Baltic: the significance of coarsely pitted ornamentations in linguliforms. Papers in Palaeontology 3, 3, 387-399. DOI:10.1002/spp2.1080
Ushatinskaya, G. T. & Korovnikov, I. V. 2016. Revision of the Superfamily Acrotheloidea (Brachiopoda, Class Linguliformea, Order Lingulida) from the Lower and Middle Cambrian of the Siberian Platform. Paleontological Journal 50, 5, 450-462. DOI:10.1134/S0031030116050130
Lang, L., Kirsimäe, K., Vahur, S. 2016. Diagenetic fate of bioapatite in linguliform brachiopods: multiple apatite phases in shells of Cambrian lingulate brachiopod Ungula ingrica (Eichwald). Lethaia 49, 1, 13-27. DOI:10.1111/let.12127
Butler, A. D., Streng, M., Holmer, L. E., Babcock, L. 2015. Exceptionally preserved Mickwitzia from the Indian Springs Lagerstätte (Cambrian Stage 3), Nevada. Journal of Paleontology 89, 6, 933-955. DOI:10.1017/jpa.2016.8
Lang, L. 2015. Baculate shell structure in Early Palaeozoic linguliform brachiopods. doktoritöö, pp. 1-113.
Lang, L., Puura, I. 2013. Phosphatized organic nanostructures in the Cambrian linguloid brachiopod Ungula inornata (Mickwitz). Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences 62, 3, 121-130. DOI:10.3176/earth.2013.10
Lang, L., Uibopuu, E., Puura, I. 2011. Nanostructures in Palaeozoic linguloid brachiopods. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists 41, 359−366.
Nemliher, J., Kurvits, T., Kallaste, T., Puura, I. 2004. Apatite varieties in the shell of the Cambrian lingulate brachiopod Obolus apollinis Eichwald. Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences. Geology 53, 4, 246-256.
Popov, L. E., Bassett, M. G., Holmer, L. E. 2003. Understanding linguloid brachiopods: Obolus and Ungula as examples. Carnets de Géologie , 6, 1-13.
Holmer, L. E., Biernat, G. 2002. Lingulate brachiopods from Lower Ordovician (Tremadoc) chalcedonites, Holy Cross Mountains, Poland. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 47, 1, 141-156.
Holmer, L. E., Popov, L. E. 2000. Class Lingulata. Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, part H Brachiopoda, pp. 30-146.
Wright, A. D., Nõlvak, J. 1997. Functional significance of the spines of the Ordovician lingulate brachiopod Acanthambonia. Palaeontology 40, 1, 113-119.
Puura, I. 1996. Lingulate brachiopods and biostratigraphy of the Cambrian-Ordovician boundary beds in Baltoscandia. Doctoral Thesis, pp. 1-214.
Holmer, L. E., Popov, L. E. 1994. Revision of the type species of Acrotreta and related Lingulate brachiopods. Journal of Paleontology 68, 3, 433-450. DOI:10.1017/S002233600002583X
Popov L., Nõlvak J., Holmer, L. 1994. Late Ordovician lingulate brachiopods from Estonia. Palaeontology 37, 3, 627-650.
Popov, L., Holmer, L. E. 1994. Cambrian-Ordovician lingulate brachiopods from Scandinavia, Kazakhstan, and South Ural Mountains. Fossils and Strata 35, , 1-156. DOI:10.1111/j.1502-3931.1994.tb01571.x
Holmer, H., Popov, L. E. 1990. The acrotretacean brachiopod Ceratreta tanneri (Metzger) from the Upper Cambrian of Baltoscandia. GFF 112, 3, 249-263. DOI:10.1080/11035899009454772
Holmer, L. E. 1989. Middle Ordovician phosphatic inarticulate brachiopods from Västergötland and Dalarna, Sweden. Fossils and Strata , 26, 1-172.
Popov, L. E., Khazanovitch, K. K., Borovko, N. G., Sergejeva, S. P., Sobolevskaya, R. F. 1989. The key sections and stratigraphy of the Cambrian-Ordovician phosphate-bearing Obolus beds on the north-east Russian Platform.
Popov, L., Nõlvak, J. 1987. Revision of the morphology and systematic position of the genus Acanthambonia (Brachiopoda, Inarticulata). Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences of the Estonian SSR. Geology 36, 1, 14-19.
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