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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 December 2003
PALAIOS (2003) 18 (6): 546–558.
...ROBERT W. MORRIS; STEPHEN H. FELTON Abstract The stems of once-living Ordovician crinoids, especially the genera Ectenocrinus , Iocrinus , and Cincinnaticrinus , provided suitable attachment sites for the growth and development of both individuals and clusters of Cornulites —a tubiculous...
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 October 1993
PALAIOS (1993) 8 (5): 465–476.
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2005
Journal of Paleontology (2005) 79 (4): 726–737.
...OLEV VINN; HARRY MUTVEI Abstract The following differences were found between the members of the cornulitids, Cornulites and Conchicolites . Both genera have egg-shaped embryonic shells, which presumably calcified after the settling of larva to the substrate, but the embryonic shells in Cornulites...
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 24 July 2018
PALAIOS (2018) 33 (7): 290–295.
...OLEV VINN; ANDREJ ERNST; URSULA TOOM Abstract Three species of trepostome bryozoans formed syn vivo associations with the Cornulites in the Late Ordovician of Estonia. Cornulites sp. and Mesotrypa excentrica presumably formed a true symbiotic association. This is the first known case of symbiosis...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2010
Journal of Paleontology (2010) 84 (3): 518–528.
...OWEN A. DIXON Abstract Conoidal shells of Cornulites celatus n. sp. occur commonly within host coralla of Propora conferta Milne-Edwards and Haime, 1851 , sensu lato, from the Laframboise Member of the Ellis Bay Formation (Ashgill: Upper Ordovician) at Pointe Laframboise on western Anticosti Island...
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Published: 01 January 1956
Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (1956) S6-VI (7-9): 839–846.
...Jean Pillet Abstract Describes two new species of tubicolous annelids from Devonian localities of the Armorican massif, France--Conchicolites devoniensis from Emsian deposits and Cornulites? andegavensis from upper Siegenian deposits. The genera Cornulites, Conchicolites, Cornulitella, and Kolihaia...
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A ,  B )   <b>Cornulites</b>   sp. (Corn.) in  Mesotrypa excentrica  Modzalevskaya...
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Published: 24 July 2018
Fig. 3.— A , B ) Cornulites sp. (Corn.) in Mesotrypa excentrica Modzalevskaya 1953 (Trepostomata) from Aluvere quarry, Sandbian, northern Estonia. C ) Mesotrypa excentrica detail view of the growth surface. D ) Cornulites cf. flexuosus encrusting Mesotrypa orientalis ( Bassler
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<b>Cornulites</b> stromatoporoides  Vinn and Wilson 2010 in a stromatoporoid from ...
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Published: 01 September 2016
Fig. 2.— Cornulites stromatoporoides Vinn and Wilson 2010 in a stromatoporoid from the Jaani Formation, lower Sheinwoodian of Saaremaa, Estonia (TUG-1328-1).
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Oblique section of  <b>Cornulites</b>  aff.  celatus  in  Protoheliolites dubius  ...
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Published: 01 September 2016
Fig. 3.— Oblique section of Cornulites aff. celatus in Protoheliolites dubius showing changes in host coral morphology around a cornulitid from the Adila Formation, Katian, Vormsi Island, Estonia (GIT 520-140-1).
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Figure 7.  1–3 ,  <b>Cornulites</b> corrugatus  ( Hall, 1888 ) annelid tubes encru...
Published: 01 November 2010
Figure 7. 1–3 , Cornulites corrugatus ( Hall, 1888 ) annelid tubes encrusting the cephalon of Flexicalymene retrorsa retrorsa ( Foerste, 1910 ). 1 , A composite sketch from OSU 53685, OSU 53692, OSU 53693, and OSU 53698 from the Madison trilobite shale bed exposed at Madison, Indiana
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Figure  2 — <b>Cornulites</b> celatus  n. sp. in coralla of  Propora conferta  Mil...
Published: 01 May 2010
Figure 2 — Cornulites celatus n. sp. in coralla of Propora conferta Milne-Edwards and Haime, 1851 , sensu lato, from the Upper Ordovician Ellis Bay Formation. 1–3 , holotype GSC 133548: 1 , sub-horizontal longitudinal section of shell from septate proximal end (left), through open body
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Figure  3 —Vertical longitudinal section of  <b>Cornulites</b> celatus  n. sp. in ...
Published: 01 May 2010
Figure 3 —Vertical longitudinal section of Cornulites celatus n. sp. in corallum of Paleofavosites sp. (paratype GSC 133552) from Upper Ordovician Ellis Bay Formation. 1 , Conical shell with septate apical portion (left), open body chamber and aperture free at corallum surface (right
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Figure  4 —Longitudinal costae and surface annulae on shells of  <b>Cornulites</b>...
Published: 01 May 2010
Figure 4 —Longitudinal costae and surface annulae on shells of Cornulites celatus n. sp. in coralla of Propora conferta s.l. from Upper Ordovician Ellis Bay Formation. 1 , transverse section of paratype GSC 133550g with outlined area enlarged in 2 ; costae (C) on prismatic layer (P) across
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Figure  5 —Wall microstructure of shells of  <b>Cornulites</b> celatus  n. sp. in ...
Published: 01 May 2010
Figure 5 —Wall microstructure of shells of Cornulites celatus n. sp. in a corallum of Propora conferta s.l. from the Upper Ordovician Ellis Bay Formation. 1 , oblique section of shell wall of paratype GSC133550f, with acute growth ridges (projecting upward toward right) on outer surface
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Figure  1 —Generalized reconstruction of  <b>Cornulites</b>  shell structure with ...
Published: 01 July 2005
Figure 1 —Generalized reconstruction of Cornulites shell structure with terminology used; annr–annual ridges, vsc–vesicles, san–surface annula, gl–growth lamellae.
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Figure  5 — 1,  <b>Cornulites</b>  aff.  proprius , general view in longitudinal s...
Published: 01 July 2005
Figure 5 — 1, Cornulites aff. proprius , general view in longitudinal section showing the vesicular wall structure, NRMAn306, ×20. 2, Cornulites aff. proprius , detailed view of growth lamellae in longitudinal section, NRMAn306, ×100. 3, Cornulites aff. richmondensis , exterior view
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Figure  6 — 1,  <b>Cornulites</b>  aff.  scalariformis , profile of embryonic shel...
Published: 01 July 2005
Figure 6 — 1, Cornulites aff. scalariformis , profile of embryonic shell in longitudinal thin section, showing flat ventral surface, Lilla Carlsö, Gotland, Wenlock–Ludlow, NRMAn2749, ×85. 2, Cornulites aff. scalariformis , general view of embryonic shell, NRMAn2749, ×50. 3, Conchicolites
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Figure  7 —Variation of embryonic shell size in  <b>Cornulites</b>  (solid circles...
Published: 01 July 2005
Figure 7 —Variation of embryonic shell size in Cornulites (solid circles) and Conchicolites (solid squares), L–length of embryonic shell, W– width of embryonic shell.
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Figure  4 — 1,  <b>Cornulites</b>  aff.  scalariformis , cross section showing pse...
Published: 01 July 2005
Figure 4 — 1, Cornulites aff. scalariformis , cross section showing pseudopunctation, NRMMo41452, ×367. 2, Thick-walled semivesicular Cornulites , etched shell surface at the border of annulae, showing the density of pseudopuncta in the shell, Jaani cliff, Saaremaa, Jaani Stage, Wenlock
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FIGURE 4 —Interpretive sketch depicting a cluster of  <b>Cornulites</b>  in living...
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Published: 01 December 2003
FIGURE 4 —Interpretive sketch depicting a cluster of Cornulites in living position as a secondary tierer, cemented to the stem of the inadunate crinoid Ectenocrinus . A represents the amount of upward cornulitid tube growth since attachment to the stem near the calyx. B represents the portion