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Family CORDYLODONTIDAE LINDSTRÖM 1970@ƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒX‰È
Conodonts (ƒRƒmƒhƒ“ƒg—Þ)
Cordylodontids (ƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒX‰È‹›Ží)


Genus Cambrooistodus MILLER 1980@ƒJƒ€ƒuƒƒIƒCƒXƒgƒhƒDƒX‘® (â–Å)

ŸƒJƒ€ƒuƒƒIƒCƒXƒgƒhƒDƒXEƒJƒ€ƒuƒŠƒNƒX (â–Å)
@Cambrooistodus cambricus (Miller 1969)
@@@syn.Oistodus cambricus Miller 1969
@@@@@Proconodontus cambricus (Miller 1969)
@wConodont Fauna of the Notch Peak Limestone, Cambro-Ordovician House Range, UtahFJames F.Miller (1969)xB
@wTaxonomic Revisions of Some Upper Cambrian and Lower Ordovician Conodonts with Comments on Their EvolutionFJames F.Miller (1980)xB

ŸƒJƒ€ƒuƒƒIƒCƒXƒgƒhƒDƒXEƒ~ƒkƒgƒDƒX (â–Å)
@Cambrooistodus minutus (Miller 1969)
@@@syn.Oistodus minutus Miller 1969
@wConodont Fauna of the Notch Peak Limestone, Cambro-Ordovician House Range, UtahFJames F.Miller (1969)xB



Genus Cordylodus PANDER 1856@ƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒX‘® (â–Å)
@@@¦{Genus Barbarodina STAUFFER 1935 (Type species : Barbarodina grandis Stauffer 1935)B
@@@¦{Genus Cyrtoniodus STAUFFER 1935 (Type species : Cordylodus flexuosus Branson & Mehl 1933)B
@@@¦© [Family Coleodontidae BRANSON & MEHL 1944 Sub-Family Cyrtoniodontinae HASS 1959]B
@ƒIƒ‹ƒhƒrƒX‹Ii‘OŠú{’†Šú{ŒãŠújB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒAƒ“ƒOƒ‰ƒgƒDƒX (â–Å)
@Cordylodus angulatus Pander 1856
@@@syn.Cordylodus lenzi Müller 1973
@@@@@Cordylodus oklahomensis Müller 1959
@wMonographie der Fossilen Fische des Silurischen Systems der Russisch-Baltischen GouvernementsFChristian Heinrich Pander (1856)xB
@wKambrische ConodontenFKlaus Jürgen Müller (1959)xB
@wLate Cambrian and Early Ordovician Conodonts from Northern IranFKlaus Jürgen Müller (1973)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒAƒmƒ}ƒŠƒX (â–Å)
@Cordylodus anomalis Moska1enko 1970
@w„K„€„~„€„t„€„~„„„ „{„‚„y„r„€„|„…„ˆ„{„€„s„€ „‘„‚„…„ƒ„p („ƒ„‚„u„t„~„y„J „€„‚„t„€„r„y„{) „R„y„q„y„‚„ƒ„{„€„z „„|„p„„„†„€„‚„}„F„S.„@.„M„O„R„K„@„L„E„N„K„O (1970)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒJƒ{ƒeƒB (â–Å)
@Cordylodus caboti Bagnoli, Barnes & Stevens 1987
@wLower Ordovician, Tremadocian Conodonts from Broom Point and Green PointFGabriella Bagnoli, Christopher R.Barnes & Robert K.Stevens (1987)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒJƒZƒC (â–Å)
@Cordylodus caseyi Druce & Jones 1971
@wCambro-Ordovician Conodonts from the Burke River Structural Belt, QueenslandFEdric Charles Druce & Peter J.Jones (1971)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒLƒ‹ƒ‹ƒX (â–Å)
@Cordylodus cirrus (Nieper 1970)
@@@syn.Cyrtoniodus cirrus Nieper 1970
@wMiddle Ordovician Conodont Faunas from the Toko and MacDonnell Ranges, AustraliaFChristine Margaret Nieper (1970)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒfƒtƒŒƒbƒNƒXƒX (â–Å)
@Cordylodus deflexus Bagnoli, Barnes & Stevens 1987
@wLower Ordovician, Tremadocian Conodonts from Broom Point and Green PointFGabriella Bagnoli, Christopher R.Barnes & Robert K.Stevens (1987)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒfƒŠƒJƒgƒDƒX (â–Å)
@Cordylodus delicatus Pyle 1994 non Branson & Mehl 1933
@wStratigraphy, Conodont Taxonomy and Biostratigraphy of Upper Cambrian to Lower Silurian Platform to Basin Facies, Noethern British ColumbiaFLeanne Pyle (1994)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒhƒDƒ‹ƒPƒC (â–Å)
@Cordylodus drucei Miller 1980
@wTaxonomic Revisions of Some Upper Cambrian and Lower Ordovician Conodonts with Comments on Their EvolutionFJames F.Miller (1980)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒGƒŒƒNƒgƒDƒX (â–Å)
@Cordylodus erectus (Stauffer 1935)
@@@syn.Cyrtoniodus erectus Stauffer 1935
@wConodonts of the Glenwood BedsFClinton Raymond Stauffer (1935)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒtƒŒƒbƒNƒXƒIƒXƒX (â–Å)
@Cordylodus flexuosus (Branson & Mehl 1933)
@@@syn.Cyrtoniodus apicalis Stauffer 1935
@@@@@Cyrtoniodus complicatus Stauffer 1935
@@@@@Cyrtoniodus flexuosus (Branson & Mehl 1933)
@@@@@Prioniodus flexuosus Branson & Mehl 1933
@@@@@Subcordylodus paratus Stauffer 1935
@wConodont StudiesFEdward Bayer Branson & Maurice Goldsmith Mehl (1933)xB
@wConodonts of the Glenwood BedsFClinton Raymond Stauffer (1935)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒQƒjƒNƒ‰ƒgƒDƒX (â–Å)
@Cordylodus geniculatus Rhodes 1953
@wSome British Lower Paleozoic Conodont FaunasFFrank Harold Trevor Rhodes (1953)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒOƒ‰ƒ“ƒfƒBƒX (â–Å)
@Cordylodus grandis (Stauffer 1935)
@@@syn.Barbarodina grandis Stauffer 1935
@@@@@Barbarodina typicala Stauffer 1935
@wThe Conodont Fauna of the Decorah Shale, OrdovicianFClinton Raymond Stauffer (1935)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒCƒ“ƒeƒ‹ƒƒfƒBƒEƒX (â–Å)
@Cordylodus intermedius Furnish 1938
@wConodonts from the Prairie du Chien, Lower Ordovician Beds of Upper Mississippi ValleyFWilliam Madison Furnish (1938)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒŠƒ“ƒhƒXƒgƒƒ~ (â–Å)
@Cordylodus lindstromi Druce & Jones 1971
@wCambro-Ordovician Conodonts from the Burke River Structural Belt, QueenslandFEdric Charles Druce & Peter J.Jones (1971)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒvƒ‰ƒeƒBƒXƒ}ƒgƒDƒX (â–Å)
@Cordylodus platysmatus (Nieper 1970)
@@@syn.Cyrtoniodus platysmatus Nieper 1970
@wMiddle Ordovician Conodont Faunas from the Toko and MacDonnell Ranges, AustraliaFChristine Margaret Nieper (1970)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒvƒŠƒ}ƒŠƒX (â–Å)
@Cordylodus primaris Abaimova ex Kanygin, Moskalenko, Yadrenkina, Abaimova, Semenova, Sychev & Timokhin 1989
@w„O„Q„D„O„B„I„K „R„I„A„I„Q„R„K„O„z „P„L„@„S„U„O„Q„M„\F„@.„B.„K„p„~„„s„y„~, „S.„@.„M„€„ƒ„{„p„|„u„~„{„€, „@.„C.„`,„t„‚„u „~„{„y„~„p, „C.„P.„@„q„p„y„}„€„r„p, „B. „R.„R„u„}„u„~„€„r„p, „O.„B.„R„„‰„u„r & „@.„B.„S„y„}„€„‡„y„~ (1989)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒvƒŠƒ~ƒeƒBƒEƒX (â–Å)
@Cordylodus primitivus Bagnoli, Barnes, & Stevens 1987
@@@syn.Cordylodus andresi Viira & Sergeyeva ex Viira, Sergeyeva & Popov 1987
@wEarliest Representatives of the Genus Cordylodus [Conodonta] from Cambro-Ordovician Boundary Beds of North Estonia and Leningrad RegionFViive Viira, S.Sergeyeva & Leonid E.Popov (1987)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒvƒŠƒ€ƒXˆŸŽíƒvƒŠƒ€ƒX (â–Å)
@Cordylodus primus primus Glenister 1957
@wThe Conodonts of the Ordovician Maquoketa Formation in IowaFGlenister (1957)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒvƒŠƒ€ƒXˆŸŽíƒVƒrƒŠƒNƒX (â–Å)
@Cordylodus primus sibiricus Moskalenko 1970
@w„K„€„~„€„t„€„~„„„ „{„‚„y„r„€„|„…„ˆ„{„€„s„€ „‘„‚„…„ƒ„p („ƒ„‚„u„t„~„y„J „€„‚„t„€„r„y„{) „R„y„q„y„‚„ƒ„{„€„z „„|„p„„„†„€„‚„}„F„S.„@.„M„O„R„K„@„L„E„N„K„O (1970)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒvƒŠƒIƒ“ (â–Å)
@Cordylodus prion Lindström 1955
@wConodonts from the Lowermost Ordovician Strata of South-Central SwedenFMaurits Lindström (1955)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒvƒƒAƒEƒX (â–Å)
@Cordylodus proavus Müller 1959
@wKambrische ConodontenFKlaus Jürgen Müller (1959)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒvƒƒŠƒ“ƒhƒXƒgƒƒ~ (â–Å)
@Cordylodus prolindstromi Nicoll 1991
@wDifferentiation of Late Cambrian-Early Ordovician Species of Cordylodus [Conodonta] with Biapical Basal CavitiesFRobert S.Nicoll (1991)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒƒgƒDƒ“ƒ_ƒgƒDƒX (â–Å)
@Cordylodus rotundatus Pander 1856
@@@syn.Cordylodus subangulatus Furnish 1938
@wMonographie der Fossilen Fische des Silurischen Systems der Russisch-Baltischen GouvernementsFChristian Heinrich Pander (1856)xB
@wConodonts from the Prairie du Chien, Lower Ordovician Beds of Upper Mississippi ValleyFWilliam Madison Furnish (1938)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒVƒkƒAƒgƒDƒX (â–Å)
@Cordylodus sinuatus (Nieper 1970)
@@@syn.Cyrtoniodus sinuatus Nieper 1970
@wMiddle Ordovician Conodont Faunas from the Toko and MacDonnell Ranges, AustraliaFChristine Margaret Nieper (1970)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒEƒBƒ‹ƒAƒkƒX (â–Å)
@Cordylodus viruanus Viira & Sergeyeva ex Viira, Sergeyeva & Popov 1987
@wEarliest Representatives of the Genus Cordylodus [Conodonta] from Cambro-Ordovician Boundary Beds of North Estonia and Leningrad RegionFViive Viira, S.Sergeyeva & Leonid E.Popov (1987)xB

ŸƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒLƒVƒAƒ“ƒOƒXƒ†ƒAƒlƒ“ƒVƒX (â–Å)
@Cordylodus xiangshuyuanensis (Zhou & Zhai 1983)
@@@syn.Cyrtoniodus xiangshuyuanensis Zhou & Zhai 1983
@w’nŽ¿zŽY•”¬“s’nŽ¿zŽYŒ¤‹†Š•Ò¼“ì’n‹æŒÃ¶•¨}û”÷‘̌ж•¨•ªû“àiŽu—¯‹I‰åŒ`ÎjFŽüŠó‰_^翟Žu‹­ (1983)xB



Genus Dasytodus CHEN & GONG 1986@ƒ_ƒVƒgƒhƒDƒX‘® (â–Å)

Ÿƒ_ƒVƒgƒhƒDƒXEƒmƒhƒDƒX (â–Å)
@Dasytodus nodus (Zhang & Xiang 1983)
@@@syn.Hirsutodontus nodus (Zhang & Xiang ex An, Zhang, Xiang, Zhang, Xu, Zhang, Jiang, Yang, Lin, Cui & Yang 1983)
@@@@@Teridontus nakamurai nodus Zhang & Xiang ex An, Zhang, Xiang, Zhang, Xu, Zhang, Jiang, Yang, Lin, Cui & Yang 1983
@w‰Ø–k‹y—׋æ‰åŒ`ÎFˆÀ‘¾›÷^’£•ú^ŒüˆÛ’B^’£–”H^™•¶‹^’£Œd›N^›Iúº•W^—k’·¶^—–˜A’í^›Áè“°^—kV¹ (1983)xB

Ÿƒ_ƒVƒgƒhƒDƒXEƒgƒ‰ƒ“ƒXƒ€ƒ^ƒgƒDƒX (â–Å)
@Dasytodus transmutatus (Xu & Xiang 1983)
@@@syn.Proconodontus transmutatus Xu & Xiang ex An, Zhang, Xiang, Zhang, Xu, Zhang, Jiang, Yang, Lin, Cui & Yang 1983
@@@@@Teridontus transmutatus (Xu & Xiang 1983)
@w‰Ø–k‹y—׋æ‰åŒ`ÎFˆÀ‘¾›÷^’£•ú^ŒüˆÛ’B^’£–”H^™•¶‹^’£Œd›N^›Iúº•W^—k’·¶^—–˜A’í^›Áè“°^—kV¹ (1983)xB



Genus Eoconodontus MILLER 1980@ƒGƒIƒRƒmƒhƒ“ƒgƒDƒX‘® (â–Å)

ŸƒGƒIƒRƒmƒhƒ“ƒgƒDƒXEƒAƒŠƒ\ƒiƒG (â–Å)
@Eoconodontus alisonae Landing 1983@¦Eoconodontus (Eoconodontus) alisonae Landing 1983B
@wHighgate Gorge, Upper Cambrian and Lower Ordovician Continental Slope Deposition and Biostratigraphy, North-Western VermontFEd Landing (1983)xB

ŸƒGƒIƒRƒmƒhƒ“ƒgƒDƒXEƒmƒbƒLƒyƒAƒPƒ“ƒVƒX (â–Å)
@Eoconodontus notchpeakensis (Miller 1969)
@@@syn.Eoconodontus altus (Viira 1970)
@@@@@Oneotodus altus Viira 1970
@@@@@Proconodontus notchpeakensis Miller 1969
@wConodont Faunas and Biostratigraphy of the Upper Cambrian and Lowest Ordovician, House Range, UtahFJames F.Miller (1969)xB
@wKonodonty Varanguskovy Packi, Verkhiny Tremadok EctoniiFViive Viira (1970)xB
@wTaxonomic Revisions of Some Upper Cambrian and Lower Ordovician Conodonts with Comments on Their EvolutionFJames F.Miller (1980)xB



Genus Eodentatus NICOLL & SHERGOLD 1991@ƒGƒIƒfƒ“ƒ^ƒgƒDƒX‘® (â–Å)

ŸƒGƒIƒfƒ“ƒ^ƒgƒDƒXEƒrƒNƒXƒpƒgƒDƒX (â–Å)
@Eodentatus bicuspatus Nicoll & Shergold 1991
@wRevised Late Cambrian, Pre-Payntonian-Datsonian Conodont Biostratigraphy at Black Mountain, Georgina Basin, Western Queensland, AustraliaFRobert S.Nicoll & John H.Shergold (1991)xB



Genus Hirsutodontus MILLER 1969@ƒqƒ‹ƒXƒgƒhƒ“ƒgƒDƒX‘® (â–Å)
@@@¦{Genus Strigaconus DRUCE & JONES 1971 (Type species : Strigaconus simplex Druce & Jones 1971)B

Ÿƒqƒ‹ƒXƒgƒhƒ“ƒgƒDƒXEƒ_ƒŒƒL (â–Å)
@Hirsutodontus daleki Furey-Greig 2004
@wHirsutodontus daleki, a New Late Ordovician Conodont Species from the Wisemans Arm Formation, Eastern AustraliaFTerry Furey-Greig (2004)xB

Ÿƒqƒ‹ƒXƒgƒhƒ“ƒgƒDƒXEƒhƒYƒwƒ‹ƒrƒGƒ“ƒVƒX (â–Å)
@Hirsutodontus dzherbiensis Abaimova 1971
@w„N „€„r„„u „‚„p„~„~„u„€„‚„t„€„r„y„{„ƒ„{„y„u „{„€„~„€„t„€„~„„„ „„s„€-„r„€„ƒ„„„€„{„p „R„y„q„y„‚„ƒ„{„€„z „„|„p„„„†„€„‚„}„F„C.„P.„@„q„p„y„}„€„r„p (1971)xB

Ÿƒqƒ‹ƒXƒgƒhƒ“ƒgƒDƒXEƒqƒ‹ƒXƒgƒDƒX (â–Å)
@Hirsutodontus hirsutus Miller 1969
@wConodont Ffauna of the Notch Peak Limestone, Cambrian-Ordovician House Range, UtahFJames F.Miller (1969)xB

Ÿƒqƒ‹ƒXƒgƒhƒ“ƒgƒDƒXEƒŒƒiƒGƒ“ƒVƒX (â–Å)
@Hirsutodontus lenaensis Abaimova 1971
@w„N „€„r„„u „‚„p„~„~„u„€„‚„t„€„r„y„{„ƒ„{„y„u „{„€„~„€„t„€„~„„„ „„s„€-„r„€„ƒ„„„€„{„p „R„y„q„y„‚„ƒ„{„€„z „„|„p„„„†„€„‚„}„F„C.„P.„@„q„p„y„}„€„r„p (1971)xB

Ÿƒqƒ‹ƒXƒgƒhƒ“ƒgƒDƒXEƒ~ƒgƒ‹ƒX (â–Å)
@Hirsutodontus mitrus (Abaimova 1975)
@@@syn.Oneotodus mitrus Abaimova 1975
@w„Q„p„~„~„u„€„‚„t„€„r„y„{„ƒ„{„y„u „{„€„~„€„t„€„~„„„ „ƒ„‚„u„t„~„u„s„€ „„„u„‰„u„~„y„‘ „‚.„L„u„~„F„C.„P.„@„q„p„y„}„€„r„p (1975)xB

Ÿƒqƒ‹ƒXƒgƒhƒ“ƒgƒDƒXEƒ‰ƒ‹ƒX (â–Å)
@Hirsutodontus rarus Miller 1969
@wConodont Ffauna of the Notch Peak Limestone, Cambrian-Ordovician House Range, UtahFJames F.Miller (1969)xB

Ÿƒqƒ‹ƒXƒgƒhƒ“ƒgƒDƒXEƒVƒ€ƒvƒŒƒbƒNƒX (â–Å)
@Hirsutodontus simplex (Druce & Jones 1971)
@@@syn.Strigaconus simplex Druce & Jones 1971
@wCambro-Ordovician Conodonts from the Burke River Structural Belt, QueenslandFEdric Charles Druce & Peter J.Jones (1971)xB
@w„N „€„r„„u „‚„p„~„~„u„€„‚„t„€„r„y„{„ƒ„{„y„u „{„€„~„€„t„€„~„„„ „„s„€-„r„€„ƒ„„„€„{„p „R„y„q„y„‚„ƒ„{„€„z „„|„p„„„†„€„‚„}„F„C.„P.„@„q„p„y„}„€„r„p (1971)xB



Genus Hispidodontus NICOLL & SHERGOLD 1991@ƒqƒXƒsƒhƒhƒ“ƒgƒDƒX‘® (â–Å)

ŸƒqƒXƒsƒhƒhƒ“ƒgƒDƒXEƒAƒbƒvƒŒƒbƒXƒX (â–Å)
@Hispidodontus appressus Nicoll & Shergold 1991
@wRevised Late Cambrian, Pre-Payntonian-Datsonian Conodont Biostratigraphy at Black Mountain, Georgina Basin, Western Queensland, AustraliaFRobert S.Nicoll & John H.Shergold (1991)xB

ŸƒqƒXƒsƒhƒhƒ“ƒgƒDƒXEƒfƒBƒXƒNƒŒƒgƒDƒX (â–Å)
@Hispidodontus discretus Nicoll & Shergold 1991
@wRevised Late Cambrian, Pre-Payntonian-Datsonian Conodont Biostratigraphy at Black Mountain, Georgina Basin, Western Queensland, AustraliaFRobert S.Nicoll & John H.Shergold (1991)xB

ŸƒqƒXƒsƒhƒhƒ“ƒgƒDƒXEƒŒƒVƒ€ƒX (â–Å)
@Hispidodontus resimus Nicoll & Shergold 1991
@wRevised Late Cambrian, Pre-Payntonian-Datsonian Conodont Biostratigraphy at Black Mountain, Georgina Basin, Western Queensland, AustraliaFRobert S.Nicoll & John H.Shergold (1991)xB



Genus Iapetognathus LANDING ex FORTEY, LANDING & SKEVINGTON 1982@ƒCƒAƒyƒgƒOƒiƒgƒDƒX‘® (â–Å)

ŸƒCƒAƒyƒgƒOƒiƒgƒDƒXEƒAƒGƒ“ƒQƒ“ƒVƒX (â–Å)
@Iapetognathus aengensis (Lindström 1955)
@@@syn.Pravognathus aengensis Lindström 1955
@wConodonts from the Lowermost Ordovician Strata of South-Central SwedenFMaurits Lindström (1955)xB
@wCambrian-Ordovician Boundary Sections in the Cow Head Group, Western NewfoundlandFRichard Alan Fortey, Ed Landing & David Skevington (1982)xB

ŸƒCƒAƒyƒgƒOƒiƒgƒDƒXEƒtƒ‹ƒNƒeƒBƒEƒ@ƒOƒX (â–Å)
@Iapetognathus fluctivagus Nicoll, Miller, Nowlan, Repetski & Ethington 1999
@@@syn.Iapetognathus n.sp. Taylor & Repetski 1995
@@@@@Iapetognathus n.sp.'1' Miller & Stitt 1995
@@@@@New Genus 'A' Miller 1970
@@@@@New Genus '2' [Cordylodid] Miller, Taylor, Stitt, Ethington, Hintze & Taylor 1982
@wConodont Evolution and Biostratigraphy of the Upper Cambrian and Lowest OrdovicianFJames F.Milleri (1970)xB
@wPotential Cambrian-Ordovician Boundary Stratotype Sections in the Western United StatesFJames F.Miller, Michael E.Taylor, James H.Stitt, Raymond Lindsay Ethington, Lehi F.Hintze & John F.Taylor (1982)xB
@wHigh-Resolution Trllobite and Conodont Biostratigraphy Across the Cambrian-Ordovician Boundary in South-Central New MexicoFJohn F.Taylor & John E.Repetski (1995)xB
@wStratigraphic Position and Significance of Jujuyaspis and Iapetognathusin the Wilberns Formation, TexasFJames F.Miller & James H.Stitt (1995)xB
@wIapetonudus n.gen. and Iapetognathus Landing, Unusual Earliest Ordovician Multielement Conodont Taxa and Their Utility for BiostratigraphyFRobert S.Nicoll, James E.Miller, Godfrey S.Nowlan, John E.Repetski & Raymond Lindsay Ethington (1999)xB

ŸƒCƒAƒyƒgƒOƒiƒgƒDƒXEƒCƒŠƒlƒ“ƒVƒX (â–Å)
@Iapetognathus jilinensis Nicoll, Miller, Nowlan, Repetski & Ethington 1999
@wIapetonudus n.gen. and Iapetognathus Landing, Unusual Earliest Ordovician Multielement Conodont Taxa and Their Utility for BiostratigraphyFRobert S.Nicoll, James E.Miller, Godfrey S.Nowlan, John E.Repetski & Raymond Lindsay Ethington (1999)xB

ŸƒCƒAƒyƒgƒOƒiƒgƒDƒXEƒ‰ƒ“ƒfƒBƒ“ƒM (â–Å)
@Iapetognathus landingi Nicoll, Miller, Nowlan, Repetski & Ethington 1999
@wIapetonudus n.gen. and Iapetognathus Landing, Unusual Earliest Ordovician Multielement Conodont Taxa and Their Utility for BiostratigraphyFRobert S.Nicoll, James E.Miller, Godfrey S.Nowlan, John E.Repetski & Raymond Lindsay Ethington (1999)xB

ŸƒCƒAƒyƒgƒOƒiƒgƒDƒXEƒvƒŒƒAƒGƒ“ƒQƒ“ƒVƒX (â–Å)
@Iapetognathus preaengensis Landing ex Fortey, Landing & Skevington 1982
@wCambrian-Ordovician Boundary Sections in the Cow Head Group, Western NewfoundlandFRichard Alan Fortey, Ed Landing & David Skevington (1982)xB

ŸƒCƒAƒyƒgƒOƒiƒgƒDƒXEƒXƒvƒ‰ƒPƒ‹ƒV (â–Å)
@Iapetognathus sprakersi Landing, Westrop & Knox 1996
@wConodonts, Stratigraphy and Relative Sea-Level Changes of the Tribes Hill Formation, Lower Ordovician, East-Central New YorkFE.D.Landing, Stephen R.Westrop & Leanne A.Knox (1996)xB
@uIapetonudus nov.gen. and Iapetognathus Landing, unusual Earliest Ordovician Multielement Conodont Taxa and Their Utility for Biostratigraphy : R.S.Nicoll, J.F.Miller, G.S.Nowlan, J.E.Repetski, R.L.Ethington (1999)v



Genus Iapetonudus NICOLL, MILLER, NOWLAN, REPETSKI & ETHINGTON 1999@ƒCƒAƒyƒgƒkƒhƒDƒX‘® (â–Å)

ŸƒCƒAƒyƒgƒkƒhƒDƒXEƒCƒxƒLƒZƒ“ƒVƒX (â–Å)
@Iapetonudus ibexensis Nicoll, Miller, Nowlan, Repetski & Ethington 1999
@wIapetonudus n.gen. and Iapetognathus Landing, Unusual Earliest Ordovician Multielement Conodont Taxa and Their Utility for BiostratigraphyFRobert S.Nicoll, James E.Miller, Godfrey S.Nowlan, John E.Repetski & Raymond Lindsay Ethington (1999)xB



Genus Subcordylodus STAUFFER 1935@ƒXƒuƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒX‘® (â–Å)

ŸƒXƒuƒRƒ‹ƒfƒBƒƒhƒDƒXEƒŒƒNƒeƒBƒŠƒlƒAƒgƒDƒX (â–Å)
@Subcordylodus rectilineatus Stauffer 1935
@wConodonts of the Glenwood BedsFClinton Raymond Stauffer (1935)xB



Genus Tangshanodus AN ex AN 1983@ƒ^ƒ“ƒOƒTƒmƒhƒDƒX‘® (â–Å)

Ÿƒ^ƒ“ƒOƒTƒmƒhƒDƒXEƒ^ƒ“ƒOƒTƒlƒ“ƒVƒX (â–Å)
@Tangshanodus tangshanensis An 1983
@w’nŽ¿zŽY•”¬“s’nŽ¿zŽYŒ¤‹†Š•Ò¼“ì’n‹æŒÃ¶•¨}û”÷‘̌ж•¨•ªû“ài‰åŒ`ÎŠ¦•‹I˜a‰œ“©‹I‰åŒ`ÎjFˆÀ‘¾›÷ (1983)xB



Genus Teridontus MILLER 1980 @ƒeƒŠƒhƒ“ƒgƒDƒX‘® (â–Å)

ŸƒeƒŠƒhƒ“ƒgƒDƒXEƒOƒ‰ƒLƒ‹ƒŠƒ€ƒX (â–Å)
@Teridontus gracillimus Nowlan 1985
@wLate Cambrian and Early Ordovician Conodonts from the Franklinian MiogeosynclineFGodfrey S.Nowlan (1985)xB

ŸƒeƒŠƒhƒ“ƒgƒDƒXEƒiƒJƒ€ƒ‰ƒC (â–Å)
@Teridontus nakamurai (Nogami 1967)
@@@syn.Oneotodus datsonensis Druce & Jones 1971
@@@@@Oneotodus nakamurai Nogami 1967
@wCambro-Ordovician Conodonts from the Burke River Structural Belt, QueenslandFEdric Charles Druce & Peter J.Jones (1971)xB
@wTaxonomic Revisions of Some Upper Cambrian and Lower Ordovician Conodonts with Comments on Their EvolutionFJames F.Miller (1980)xB

ŸƒeƒŠƒhƒ“ƒgƒDƒXEƒIƒxƒXƒX (â–Å)
@Teridontus obesus Ji 1989
@wLower Ordovician Conodonts from the Saint George Group of Port au Port Peninsula, Western NewfoundlandFZai-Liang Ji (1989)xB

ŸƒeƒŠƒhƒ“ƒgƒDƒXEƒIƒŠƒGƒ“ƒ^ƒŠƒX (â–Å)
@Teridontus orientalis Abaimova ex Kanygin, Moskalenko, Yadrenkina, Abaimova, Semenova, Sychev & Timokhin 1989
@w„O„Q„D„O„B„I„K „R„I„A„I„Q„R„K„O„z „P„L„@„S„U„O„Q„M„\F„@.„B.„K„p„~„„s„y„~, „S.„@.„M„€„ƒ„{„p„|„u„~„{„€, „@.„C.„`,„t„‚„u „~„{„y„~„p, „C.„P.„@„q„p„y„}„€„r„p, „B. „R.„R„u„}„u„~„€„r„p, „O.„B.„R„„‰„u„r & „@.„B.„S„y„}„€„‡„y„~ (1989)xB

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