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Pterobranchia - Bireclinata
It was recombined as Scalarigraptus tubuliferus by Riva (1988); it was recombined as Normalograptus tubuliferus by Riva and Ketner (1989); it was recombined as Styracograptus tubuliferus by Storch et al. (2011).
|Year||Name and author|
|1876||Climacograptus tubuliferus Lapworth figs. pl. 2, fig. 49|
|1977||Climacograptus tubuliferus Carter and Churkin pp. 23 - 24 figs. Plate 7, figure 5|
|1988||Scalarigraptus tubuliferus Riva figs. 2i-j.|
|1989||Normalograptus tubuliferus Riva and Ketner p. 87 figs. 10a-i, 11a-e.|
|1997||Climacograptus tubuliferus Goldman and Bergström pp. 991 - 993 figs. Text-figures 12A-H, 13A-D, I-K, Plate 2, figures 1-3|
|2011||Styracograptus tubuliferus Storch et al. p. 356|
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|D. Goldman and S. M. Bergström 1997||Large, Pattern D climacograptine with a long, thick nema commonly exhibiting a threevaned
structure. Rhabdosome widening gradually from a very narrow proximal end. Virgella long, commonly lodged within a short tubular downgrowth of the sicula (parasicula). Rhabdosome widening gradually from 0·64 mm proximally to 2·5 mm distally.