Bryozoa

Nikiforovellina Gorjunova, 1992

Selection of related publications
Ernst, A., Nakrem, H. 2014. Bryozoans from the lower Silurian (Wenlock) Steinsfjorden Formation of Ringerike, southern Norway. Bulletin of Geosciences 90, 1, 65-87. DOI:10.3140/bull.geosci.1521
Gorjunova, R. V. 1988. Systematics of genus Revalotrypa (Bryozoa). Paleontologicheski Zhurnal , 2, 31-36.
Brood, K. 1985. Bryozoans from the Rönnklint section, Gotland. GFF 107, 1, 71-75. DOI:10.1080/11035898509452616
Taylor, P. D., Curry, G. B. 1985. The earliest known Fenestrate Bryozoan, with a short review of Lower Ordovician Bryozoa. Palaeontology 28, 1, 147-158.
Gorjunova, R. V. 1985. Morfologiâ, sistema i filogeniâ mšanok (otrâd Rhabdomesida). Transactions of the Paleontological Institute (PIN) , 208, 1-152.
Spjeldnaes, N. 1984. Upper Ordovician Bryozoans from Ojl Myr, Gotland, Sweden. Bulletin of the Geological Institutions of the University of Uppsala 10, 1-66.
Brood, K. 1979. Bryozoans. Sveriges Geologiska Undersökning 73, 3, 172-180. Lower Wenlock faunal and floral dynamics - Vattenfallet section, Gotland, pp. 172-180.
Kopajevich, G. V. 1975. Silurijskie mšanki Èstonii i Podolii (Cryptostomata, Rhabdomesonata). Transactions of the Paleontological Institute (PIN) 151, 1-155.
Brood, K. 1974. Bryozoa from the Ludlovian of Bjärsjölagard in Skane. GFF 96, 4, 381-388. DOI:10.1080/11035897409454291
Astrova, G. G., Kopaevich, V. G. 1970. Bryozoa. The Silurian of Estonia, pp. 130-140.
Brood, K. 1970. On two species of Saffordotaxis (Bryozoa) from the Silurian of Gotland, Sweden. Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis 21, 5, 57-68.
Kiepura, M. 1962. Bryozoa from the Ordovician erratic boulders of Poland. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica VII, 3-4, 347-428.
Männil, R. M. 1959. On Ordovician stratigraphy and bryozoans of Estonia.
Bassler, R. S. 1911. The Early Paleozoic Bryozoa of the Baltic Provinces. Bulletin of the US National Museum 77, 1-382.
Billings, E. 1862. Palaeozoic Fossils, vol. 1: Containing Descriptions and Figures of New or Little Known Species of organic Remains from the Silurian Rocks, the second portion.