I found the resource for the list of Tessar equivalents. It comes from Rudolf Kingslake's study of photographic lenses. Here is the list as it appears in his lens history.
I posted the list previously as follows:
"According to this site, makers and their Tessar equivalents:
Berthiot: Flor, Ilor
Hermagis: Hellor, Lynx
Leits: Elmar, Varop
Schneider: Comparon, Xenar
Tayer-Hobson: Apotal, Ental
Voigtlander: Heliostigmat, Skopar
Interesting note, the distinct feature of the Tessar is two elements cemented together into a group at the rear.
But, as Kingslake notes, there is a variation using two elements in a front group.
This class includes the following lenses:
Agfa - Solinar
Isco - Westanar
Meyer - Primotar
Steinheil - Culminar, Neodar, Triplar (which is an odd name for a formula that intends to improve on the Cooke triplet by adding another element)
Voigtlander - Avus, Heliostigmat
Now, if you love the Nikon L35AF as much as I do, you may also know that the camera uses a Sonnar-type lens in its 35mm f2.8 set-up (right).
In Kingslake's book, he also identifies Sonnar equivalents.
Agfa - Prolinear
Angenieux - All Y-type objectives (not sure what that means)
Bell & Howell - Lumax
Enna - Kinaston
Isco - Kiptagon
Kodak - Cine Ektar
Meyer - Optimat, Primagon
Rodenstock - Lumar, Ronar
Taylor-Hobson - Ivotal, Serital, Super Comat
Wray - Unilux
Zeiss - Sonnar