Craticullithus clathrus


Classification: Coccolithophores -> Coccolithales -> Coccolithaceae -> Craticullithus -> Craticullithus clathrus
Sister taxa: C. cancellus, C. clathrus, C. lamina, C. cassus, C. sp.

Taxonomy:

Citation: Craticullithus clathrusBown, 2010
Rank: Species

Distinguishing features: Small, elliptical placolith coccoliths with broad central-areas spanned by lattice-like grills that are dominated by longitudinal bars.

Farinacci & Howe catalog pages: C. clathrus *


Morphology: The distal shield elements show distinctly kinked and stepped sutures. Approximately 12 lath-like bars make up the central grill with one to four central transverse bars and three to five longitudinal bars forming the rest of the structure.

Search data:
TagsLITHS: placolith, elliptical, CA: ca_disjunct, grill, vacant,
CSPH: equant, monomorphic, CROSS-POLARS: rim-bicyclic, V-prominent, R-prominent,
MetricsLith size: 4->5µm;
The morphological data given here can be used on the advanced search page. See also these notes

Geological Range:
Last occurrence (top): within NP9 zone (55.86-57.21Ma, top in Ypresian stage). Data source: Bown, 2010
First occurrence (base): within NP9 zone (55.86-57.21Ma, base in Thanetian stage). Data source: Bown, 2010

Plot of occurrence data:

References:

Bown, P. R. (2005d). Palaeogene calcareous nannofossils from the Kilwa and Lindi areas of coastal Tanzania (Tanzania Drilling Project 2003-4). Journal of Nannoplankton Research. 27(1): 21-95. gs V O

Bown, P. R. (2010). Calcareous nannofossils from the Paleocene/Eocene Thermal Maximum interval of southern Tanzania (TDP Site 14). Journal of Nannoplankton Research. 31(1): 11-38. gs V O


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Craticullithus clathrus compiled by Jeremy R. Young, Paul R. Bown, Jacqueline A. Lees viewed: 2-12-2020

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Jason Crux (Rock Metrics Americas LLC, US)
Jeremy,

One of your specimens clearly appears to be a Sollasites horticus.

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