Graptolithina

Monograptus veles (Richter, 1871)

Current taxon is already existed. See initial taxon Cochlograptus veles
Taxon ID: 9833 | 2013-08-15 / 2019-02-05
Fossil group: Graptolithina
Belongs to:
1 Other version of taxon: Cochlograptus veles
Stratigraphic range: Silur (within ca. 443.7–416.0 million years)
Synonymy list
1871     Nautilus veles — Richter, pp. 243, fig. 1
1883     Monograptus discus sp. nov. — Törnquist, pp. 24
1892     Monograptus discus Törnquist — Törnquist, pp. 39, fig. 3:27-28
1913     Monograptus discus Törnquist — Elles et Wood, pp. 439, fig. 44:5a-d; 302a-c
1965     Monograptus veles (Richter) — Obut et al., pp. 52, fig. 7:2-4
1965     Monograptus veles Richter — Hundt, fig. 93, 137, 200
1970     Monograptus discus Törnquist — Rickards, pp. 76, fig. 6:8
1971     Monograptus (Monograptus) veles (Richter) — Schauer, pp. 59, fig. 35:1-3; 36:16-18
1975     Monograptus veles (Richter) — Bjerreskov, pp. 71, fig. 11:D
1975     Monograptus veles (Richter) — Obut et Sobolevskaya, pp. 168, fig. 33:3-4
1987     Cochlograptus veles (Richter) — Obut, pp. 142, fig. 25:5-10
1988     Monograptus veles (Richter) — Lenz, pp. 1963, fig. 5P-S
1993     Monograptus veles (Richter) — Štorch et Serpagli, pp. 40, fig. 12C, E; 7:5, 7
1994     Cochlograptus veles (Richter) — Loydell et Cave, pp. 611, fig. 1.1-1.3,2
1994     Monograptus veles (Richter) — Štorch , fig. 6K
2001     Cochlograptus veles (Richter) — Maletz, pp. 172, fig. 3A-I
2008     Cochlograptus veles (Richter, 1871) — Lenz et Melchin, pp. 450, fig. 1A-H, 2A-B, 4C-F, 5B
Selection of related publications
Ulst, R. Ž., Gailite, L. K., Springis, T. K. 1984. Lithostratigraphic subdivision of the subsurface Ordovician rocks of the Jelgeva Depression. Early Paleozoic stratigraphy of the Baltic. Eds: Männil, R. & Mens, K., pp. 63-76.
Howe, M. P. A. 1982. The Lower Silurian graptolites of the Oslo region. Field Meeting, Oslo Region, 1982, pp. 21-32.
Gailite, L. K., Rybnikova, M. V., Ulst, R. Ž. 1967. Stratigraphy, fauna and conditions of formation of the Silurian rocks of the Central Baltic.