Graptolithina

Monograptus flemingii (Salter, 1852)

Synonymy list
1852     Graptolithus Flemingii — Salter, pp. 390, fig. 21:5a, v, 6, 7a-v
1876     Monograptus Flemingii — Lapworth, pp. 504, fig. 20:8
1883     Monograptus Flemingii — Tullberg, pp. 23, fig. 2:25
1913     Monograptus Flemingii — Elles et Wood, pp. 425, fig. 42:5a-d
1924     Monograptus Flemingii — Hundt, pp. 65, fig. 5:22; 7:28
1945     Monograptus Flemingii — Waterlot, pp. 79, fig. 36:347
1952     Monograptus flemingi — Münch, pp. 104, fig. 29:1a-c
1953     Monograptus (Monograptus) flemingi flemingi — Přibyl, pp. 5, fig. 1:6
1964     Monograptus priodon flemingii — Jaeger, pp. 252, fig. 2:1
1965     Monograptus flemingi (Salter), 1852 — Obut et al., pp. 44, fig. 4:1-4
1967     Monograptus flemingi (Salter), 1852 — Gailite et al., pp. 234-235, fig. 27:2
2010     Monograptus flemingi (Salter) — Loydell et al., pp. 254-255, fig. 2ee
2017     Monograptus flemingi (Salter, 1852) — Maletz & Schöning, fig. 4f
Selection of related publications
Loydell, D. K., Nestor, V., Männik, P. 2010. Integrated biostratigraphy of the lower Silurian of the Kolka-54 core, Latvia. Geological Magazine 147, 2, 253-280. DOI:10.1017/S0016756809990574
Bassett, M. G., Kaljo, D., Teller, L. 1989. The Baltic region. National Museum of Wales, Geological Series 9, 158-170. A Global Standard for the Silurian System, pp. 158-170.
Ulst, R. Ž. 1974. The early sequence of Pristiograpts in conterminous deposits of Wenlock and Ludlow of the Middle Pribaltic. Graptolites of the USSR, pp. 105-122.
Gailite, L. K., Rybnikova, M. V., Ulst, R. Ž. 1967. Stratigraphy, fauna and conditions of formation of the Silurian rocks of the Central Baltic.