CATALOG - Cruciplacolithus furtivus


Folder trail: Farinacci -> C -> Cruciplacolithus -> Cruciplacolithus furtivus
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Original descriptions of taxa. For coccolithophores, and many calcispheres, these are pages from the Catalog of Calcareous Nannofossils. In other cases (e.g. non-calcifying haptophytes) the data is directly complied on this site. The "Catalogue of Calcareous Nannofossils" was compiled by Prof A. Farinacci 1969-1989 and updated by Richard Howe 2000-2016 - see also this page.
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Current identification/main database link: Pickelhaube furtiva (Roth, 1983) Applegate et al. in Covington & Wise, 1987

Compiled data

Citation: Cruciplacolithus furtivus Roth 1983
Rank: Species
Type locality: Atlantic Ocean, DSDP534
Type level: Upper Hauterivian-Barremian, middle Albian
Standardised type level: 060_LOWER CRETACEOUS
Type repository: Utah University
Repository Country: USA
Farinacci catalog page (& compiler): 12076 (Farinacci)
Language: EN

References:

Roth, P. H. (1983). Jurassic and Lower Cretaceous calcareous nannofossils in the western North Atlantic (Site 534): biostratigraphy, preservation, and some observations on biogeography and palaeoceanography. Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project. 76: 587-621. gs


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Cruciplacolithus furtivus: Catalog entry compiled by Anna Farinacci and Richard Howe. Viewed: 6-12-2019

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