Graptolithina

Uncinatograptus uncinatus (Tullberg, 1883)

Synonymy list
1883     Monograptus uncinatus — Tullberg, pp. 30-31, fig. 1:24-25
1889     Pomatograptus micropoma — Jaekel, pp. 682, fig. 29:4-6
1899     Monograptus ungiferus — Perner, pp. 3-4, fig. 15:11
1900     Monograptus uncinatus var. micropoma — Wood, pp. 477-479, fig. 21a-b
1900     Monograptus uncinatus var. orbatus — Wood, pp. 476-477, fig. 25:23a-b
1913     Monograptus uncinatus var. micropoma — Elles et Wood, pp. 428-429, fig. 43:2a-c
1913     Monograptus uncinatus var. orbatus — Elles et Wood, pp. 427-428, fig. 43:1a-d
1920     Monograptus uncinatus — Gortani, pp. 38, fig. 3:4-7
1936     Monograptus uncinatus — Bouček, pp. 20-21, fig. 4a-b
1936     Monograptus ungiferus — Bouček, pp. 12, fig. 4c-d
1942     Monograptus uncinatus uncinatus — Münch, pp. 256-257, fig. 5:1-2
1945     Monograptus uncinatus — Waterlot, pp. 78, fig. 33:340a-b
1948     Monograptus ungiferus — Přibyl, pp. 36
1952     Monograptus uncinatus — Münch, pp. 108, fig. 33:1
1955     Monograptus micropoma — Kühne, pp. 379-382, fig. 8A-D
1955     Monograptus uncinatus — Malinowska, pp. 39, fig. 4:4
1958     Monograptus uncinatus — Urbanek, pp. 48-50, fig. 1:3
1965     Monograptus aff. uncinatus — Obut et al., pp. 51, fig. 7:1
1967     Monograptus uncinatus Tullberg, 1883 — Gailite et al., pp. 237-238, fig. 27:4
1975     Monograptus uncinatus Tullberg — Berry et Murphy, pp. 62, fig. 7:4,6
1976     Uncinatograptus uncinatus (Tullberg, 1883) — Tsegelnjuk, pp. 96
2004     Monograptus cf. uncinatus Tullberg, 1883 — Lenz & Kozlowska-Dawidziuk, pp. 27, fig. 38:12-15; 45:7-10; 29:12?
Selection of related publications
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.
Paškevičius, J. 1974. Graptolites and zonal dismemberment of Ludlow deposits in Pribaltic. Graptolites of the USSR, pp. 122-134.
Gailite, L. K., Rybnikova, M. V., Ulst, R. Ž. 1967. Stratigraphy, fauna and conditions of formation of the Silurian rocks of the Central Baltic.